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CSOs demand cut in expenses for upkeep of US forces in s. Korea

Civil society organizations of south Korea launched a struggle to demand a drastic cut in the expenses for the upkeep of the US forces, according to south Korean internet newspaper Tongil News.

The Center for Peace and Disarmament of the Citizens Solidarity for Democratic Society in a commentary on Nov.13 claimed a sharp cut in the expenses for the upkeep of the US forces.

Chairman Kim Jong Il to be remembered in Russia, Switzerland

A committee for remembering Chairman Kim Jong Il was formed by the Russian Group for Solidarity with the DPRK on November 2.

Revedev, chief of the Russian group, was elected chairman of the remembrance committee.

Energy-saving, green products

Researchers have come up with a far infrared local radiation device for sauna and treatment and a lagging panel made of vermiculite.

The new developments have dramatically boosted the efficiency of traditional sauna.

'Korean socialism will emerge victorious forever'

The DPRK, which advances dynamically toward the bright future as it wins victory after victory by dint of single-minded unity under the banner of Juche and socialism, is drawing the admiration of the international community.

The National Committee for the Study of the Juche Idea of the Democratic Republic of Congo issued a bulletin, which said:

DPRK weightlifters back home

DPRK weightlifters returned home on Nov. 15 after attending the 2018 World Weightlifting Championship of the International Weightlifting Federation.

They bagged five gold medals, four silver medals and three bronze medals at the championship held in Turkmenistan from Nov. 1 to 10.

President Moon Jae In sends gift to Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un

South Korean President Moon Jae In sent meaningful gifts to Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un.

He presented a large quantity of mandarin oranges harvested on Jeju Island to the Supreme Leader as a token of his appreciation for sending a lot of Songi mushroom (Armillaria edodes) to him with a compatriotic feeling during the historic Pyongyang summit meeting.

American illegal entrant deported

Bruce Byron Lawrence, an American citizen, was detained by a relevant organ on October 16 as he entered the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea illegally via the border between the DPRK and China.

During the investigation, he stated that he illegally entered the DPRK under the manipulation of the CIA.

'LKP has no future'

A spokesman for the Party for Democracy and Peace of south Korea in a commentary said on Nov. 13 that the Liberal Korea Party (LKP) has no future as it goes against public sentiment, according to south Korean News 1.

He said that LKP opposed each and every article of the budget bill for 2019 introduced by the government.

Swedish Red Cross president arrives in Pyongyang

Eva Margareta Wahlstrom, president of the Swedish Red Cross, and her party arrived in Pyongyang on Thursday.

Greetings to Palestinian President

Kim Yong Nam, president of the Presidium of the DPRK Supreme People’s Assembly, Thursday sent a message of  congratulation to Mahmoud Abbas, president of the State of Palestine, on the 30th anniversary of the proclamation of the State of Palestine.

The message wished the Palestinian president greater success in his responsible work, expressing firm belief that the Palestinian people would certainly emerge victorious in the just cause to regain the legitimate national rights including the right to self-determination, the right to return home and the right to build an independent state with East Kuds as its capital.