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DPRK archers successful at world championships

DPRK archers bagged one gold medal, two silver medals and one bronze medal at the 1st World Military Archery Championships held in Iran from Nov. 13 to 15.

Kang Un Ju came first in the women’s individual event and Pak Yong Won second in the men’s individual event.

The women archers won a silver medal and the men archers a bronze medal in the team events.

ICH protection widely encouraged

The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has recently made notable achievements in protecting intangible cultural heritage elements, the work for developing spiritual and cultural heritages created by Korean ancestors.

After forming an administrative organization in charge of the work for protecting intangible cultural heritages in August Juche 101 (2012), non-permanent committees for the protection of national cultural heritages were organized in Pyongyang, provinces, cities (districts) and counties of the country to regularly conduct the work for discovering and assessing the intangible cultural heritages.

Japanese Buddhist delegation arrives in Pyongyang

A Japanese Buddhist delegation led by Raitei Arima, director general of the Kyoto Buddhist Society of Japan, arrived in Pyongyang on Tuesday.

Russian energy delegation visits Pyongyang

Anton Khlopkov, director of the Center for Energy and Security Studies of Russia, arrived in Pyongyang on Tuesday.

Russian delegation leaves Pyongyang

The delegation of the Federal Agency of Youth Affairs of Russia headed by Director Alexander Bugaev left for home on Nov. 20.

Ulsa treaty illegal and invalid

It is 113 years since the Japanese imperialists cooked up the "Ulsa (1905) Five-point Treaty" for reducing Korea to a colony. The forcible fabrication of the "treaty" shows well the impudent and shameless gangster-like nature of the Japanese imperialists.

In order to "conclude the treaty", the Japanese imperialists deployed their aggression troops in various parts of Seoul where Korea’s Imperial Palace was located to surround the palace with double and triple rings. And they dragged out ministers of the Korean government to the conference hall of the Cabinet by force of arms and compelled them to take a vote on the "treaty". They even conducted such impudent act of stamping the then foreign ministry’s official seal on the "treaty" by themselves.

Kim Il Sung's works off press

Enlarged edition Vol. 4 of "Complete Collection of Kim Il Sung’s Works", a library of the Juche idea containing the works of President Kim Il Sung systematically and comprehensively in a chronological order, was published in the DPRK.

The book covers 101 works, including speeches, talks, reports and conclusions made by the President from August to November in Juche 34 (1945).

Indian embassy staff members help local farmers

Staff members of the Indian embassy in Pyongyang did friendship labor at the DPRK-India Friendship Kalchon Cooperative Farm in Hanggu District, Nampho City.

They helped the farmers with rice-threshing after being briefed on the undying leadership exploits of the peerlessly great persons associated with the farm.