Despite international sanctions, Siberian oil companies have sold fuel to North Korea.
may intimidate the human race into bringing order into its international affairs" (Albert Einstein).
When editor Tim Cohen arrived at Bruce’s house to show his support, he was reportedly manhandled by the angry mob.
The BLF issued a statement in which it listed other white journalists whom it said were next on their target list.
More recently, Russia and North Korea have considered a slew of economic deals, including an expansion of railway links between the two countries, a new ferry service that will cart people and cargo, and advanced training opportunities for North Korean engineers at Russian universities.
According to two sources close to the museum, Charpenel is still waiting for the United States government to approve the paperwork that will allow him to work in the country.
Once he arrives at the museum, he will have to deal with backlash from the letter, as well as the challenges of stabilizing a financially struggling institution that hasn’t been able to keep an executive director since Julin Zugazagoitia left in 2010.
“We are against it and consider it counterproductive, damaging, dangerous.” The comments came just days after North Korea fired a ballistic missile; it flew about 450 miles and for 30 minutes.
The Post reported that aerospace expert John Schilling said the test “represents a level of performance never before seen from a North Korean missile.” North Korea launched a ballistic missile Sunday, May 14 from a test facility near its west coast that flew 435 miles, according to the South Korean military.