Climate change affects most of world population
Some recent findings show that most of the world’s population are badly affected by climate change.
German scientists made a comprehensive map showing the situation of global climate change by using a new technology and more than 100 000 pieces of information on climate.
Japan threatens global peace, stability
Shortly ago, Japan conducted a take-off and landing test of latest stealth fighter F-35B after remodelling escort ship Izumo into an aircraft carrier. Its Defence Ministry announced a plan to transform another escort ship Kaga into an aircraft carrier.
It is a latest move of Japan in its desperate bid to realize the wild ambition for overseas expansion.
Bomb attacks kill dozens in Afghanistan
According to a foreign media report, a bomb attack caused many casualties in Kandahar, Afghanistan, on October 15.
The explosion occurred in the middle of a Friday prayer meeting at a mosque, killing over 40 people and wounding 70.
DPRK’s auspicious events celebrated abroad
Celebratory meetings and lectures were held in the UK, Mexico, Brazil, Venezuela, Guinea, Algeria, Uganda and Tanzania between October 4 and 11 on the occasions of the 24th anniversary of Kim Jong Il’s election as general secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea and the 76th founding anniversary of the WPK.
The events brought together public figures and other people from all walks of life in those countries.
Jagang fulfils yearly cocoon production plan
Jagang Province has overfulfilled its yearly cocoon production plan by 2 percent.
Its several cities and counties applied efficient silkworm-raising methods including the low-temperature disinfection of silkworm eggs and multiple sericulture and took measures to cope with unfavourable weather conditions, thereby increasing the weight of each cocoon.
China launches manned spacecraft
On October 16, China launched manned spacecraft “Shenzhou-13” at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre.
The spacecraft with three astronauts going to a space station on board was loaded on Long March-2 carrier rocket.
Joint online seminar in Belarus observes founding anniversary of WPK
An online joint seminar was held in Belarus on October 9 on the occasion of the 76th founding anniversary of the Workers’ Party of Korea.
It was attended by the personages and members of political parties and social organizations in the country.
GAKC hosts symposium on DPRK leader’s policy speech
The General Association of Koreans in China held a seminar on October 10 on the policy speech delivered by the respected Comrade Kim Jong Un at the Fifth Session of the 14th Supreme People’s Assembly of the DPRK.
It was attended by Choe Su Bong, first vice-chairman of the GAKC, its other officials, Kim Kyong Su, vice-president of the Federation of Korean Economic Workers in China, and citizens in Shenyang.
International efforts enhanced to protect ecological environment of earth
Amid the dynamic worldwide push to protect the ecological environment of the earth, India has recently come up with a plan to reduce carbon dioxide emission by popularizing the means of transportation using clean energy.
The Indian minister of land and maritime transport and highway said on October 5 that the government would tightly control the standard of gas emission in order to step up the spread of means of transportation based on clean energy, especially electric cars, and attain the goal of greenhouse gas reduction, adding that it would cut carbon emission until 2030 by 33 to 35 percent as against 2005 as part of the efforts to implement the Paris agreement on climate change.
Academy of Defence Science succeeds in test-fire of new-type SLBM
The Academy of Defence Science of the DPRK test-fired a new-type submarine-launched ballistic missile on October 19.
The test-fire was directed by Yu Jin, department director of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea, Kim Jong Sik, deputy department director of the Munitions Industry of the WPK Central Committee, and leading officials of the academy.