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Kim Jong Un sees performance of art groups of KPA officers' wives

Kim Jong Un, general secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea and president of the State Affairs of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, saw a performance given by the art groups of officers’ wives from large combined units of the Korean People’s Army on Wednesday.

The Mansudae Art Theatre was full of immense happiness and enthusiasm of the members of the art groups of officers’ wives who were excited to give performance in the presence of the respected General Secretary whom they missed awake or asleep.

When the respected Comrade Kim Jong Un came to the auditorium of the theatre together with his wife Ri Sol Ju, enthusiastic cheers of "Hurrah!" resounded the hall.

All the participants raised enthusiastic cheers for the General Secretary who shows great loving care and trust to the officers’ wives, always having them in the deepest place of his mind together with the soldiers holding arms, and places them on the highest place of glory and happiness.

Among the audience were Jo Yong Won and Ri Pyong Chol, members of the Presidium of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the WPK, and Jong Sang Hak, Ri Il Hwan, O Il Jong and other cadres of the Party Central Committee.

Wrecker of peace, stability in Middle East

The Mideast situation is hitting the world headlines these days.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates of Syria in its statement on April 22 strongly denounced the Israeli air raid on its territory as a violation of its sovereignty and demanded the UN Security Council stop Israel from committing such infringement without delay.

Cubans honour Jose Marti on May Day

On the occasion of May Day, international holiday of the world’s working people, a ceremony was held in Revolution Square, Havana, Cuba, to pay homage to Jose Marti, a national hero.

It was attended by Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel.

Spring land management campaign gathers strength

Since the spring general mobilization campaign for land administration was launched, the people in the DRRK have carried out millions of cubic metres of river dredging and the building and technical improvement of road sections extending for hundreds of kilometres.

Thaechon County in North Phyongan Province is carrying on dozens of cubic metres of river dredging and banking every day by increasing the operation rate of vehicles after planting a vast area of bank-protecting forests. Other counties are also concentrating their efforts on dredging.

French take to streets against inequality

French people staged about 300 rounds of demonstrations in protest against the authorities’ economic policy in Paris, Lyon and other major cities.

The demonstrators criticized the authorities for pursuing a policy worsening the living conditions of working people.

PhD student still finds himself at starting line

Pae Ji Song, graduate student at Kim Il Sung University, obtained a doctorate in nonlinear nano-optics early this year.

Nonlinear nano-optics is an advanced, basic science discipline dedicated to interaction between light and material in the domain of nanotech, which is in the spotlight of many research efforts in the world as it provides principles and methodological bases for new-generation IT and nano, energy and new material technologies.

Health drink helps keep balance of bodily functions

As demand for functional food grows, the natural health drink of Ansin tea is drawing public interest.

Its such functions as of reducing stress and relieving fatigue after overwork maintain an excellent balance of the human body.

Airport goes into operation in Anhui

An airport was opened in Anhui Province, China, on April 30 after its groundbreaking in October 2018.

Built in an area of 25 000 square metres with a 2 800-metre-long runway, it has a capacity of transporting 1.75 million passengers and 18 000 tons of freight a year.

Wrong decision will trigger global ecological crisis

On April 13, Japanese cabinet ministers met with the prime minister in attendance to officially decide to discharge the "treated water" containing radioactive substances into the ocean.

Radioactive contaminated water is the mixture of cooling water which is used to continuously cool the molten nuclear fuel and underground water which is flowing into the building. A special device is used to remove most of radioactive substances from the contaminated water and the water that underwent such a process is called "treated water". Experts say that it is impossible to completely remove tritium contained in the contaminated water with the help of existing technologies.