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Hazel Smith, Professor of Korean Studies at the University of Central Lancashire, discusses claims by North Korea that it has successfully tested an underground hydrogen bomb
Dr Paul Rogers, Professor of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford, discusses claims North Korea tested a hydrogen bomb
John Power, Irish journalist based in Seoul, outlines North Korea's claims
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North Korea is probably the most secretive & isolated society in the world, as very few visitors are allowed access to what is a repressive, communist state under military dictatorship. ...
Steve Futterman, CBS News West Coast Correspondent, reports on the decision to cancel the release of 'The Interview' after hacker threats
There is speculation that North Korean hackers were involved in last week's cyber-attack on Sony Pictures, which caused massive disruption to the company's internal computer network. It appears that the ...
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