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IMAGC marks 20th founding anniversary

A meeting took place at the Sci-Tech Complex on Tuesday to mark the 20th founding anniversary of the International Martial Arts Games Committee (IMAGC).

Attending there were Im Chol Ung, vice-premier of the Cabinet of the DPRK, Ri Yong Son, chairman of the IMAGC and president of the International Taekwon-Do Federation, members of the Executive Board Meeting of the IMAGC and other members and martial art delegates from different countries.

Experience shared among schoolchildren's palaces and halls

An experience-sharing meeting of teachers of schoolchildren’s palaces and halls, an exhibition of educational scientific successes and an exhibition of hobby group members’ inventions and skills took place, divided into panels of eastern and western coastal areas, in Chongjin City and Phyongsong City on Sep 16 and 17.

The events were attended by teachers and hobby group members from the Mangyongdae Schoolchildren’s Palace, Pyongyang Schoolchildren’s Palace, the Chongjin Schoolchildren’s Palace, the Anbyon County Schoolchildren’s Hall and other schoolchildren’s palaces and halls in various parts of the country.

LKP censured for kowtowing to Japan

The Pusan City Committee of the Minju Party of south Korea made public a commentary on Sep 11 to condemn the Liberal Korea Party for its humiliating attitude to Japan, according to the south Korean internet newspaper OhmyNews.

The commentary queried the platform of the LKP which refuses to sign a resolution blasting Japan for tougher stance on south Korea.

DPRK-Japan friendship association chief meets Japanese delegation

Ryu Myong Son, chairman of the DPRK-Japan Friendship Association, Tuesday met with the leading members of the Yamanashi Prefectural delegation for Japan-DPRK friendship led by Shingo Kanemaru on a visit to the DPRK.

Taeryong-gang wall showcases ancient architectural skills

Among the Korean nation’s historical relics is the Taeryong-gang Great Wall, which was built along the Taeryong River in the country’s northwestern part as a natural moat at the close of Koguryo Kingdom ( 277 BC-AD 668).

Its total length is about 240 kilometers.

Large floral basket sent to DPRK embassy in Algeria

Abdelkader Bensalah, head of state of the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, sent a large floral basket to the DPRK embassy in Algeria on Sep 8 ahead of the 71st founding anniversary of the DPRK.

A member of the Presidency of Algeria laid the floral basket before the portraits of smiling President Kim Il Sung and Chairman Kim Jong Il and made a bow to them.

FM spokeman slams Japan for intrusion into DPRK's territorial waters

A DPRK Foreign Ministry spokesman gave the following answer to KCNA on Tuesday with regard to Japan’s intrusion into the DPRK’s exclusive economic zone.

On Aug 23 and 24, a patrol boat and ships of Japan Coast Guard were chased out by the DPRK which took self-defensive measures against the illegal intrusion into its exclusive economic zone.

New anticancer injection, anti-perspiration device unveiled

Researchers of the radiotherapy institute of the Academy of Medical Science have developed a medicine conducive to raising the treatment efficacy of liver cell cancer with the help of nuclear medical technique.

The technique, which is called a “missile remedy”, is one of the selective treatment methods.

Japan blamed for past crimes

According to south Korea’s MBC, the Justice Preserving Solidarity for Settling the Issue of Sexual Slavery of the Imperial Japanese Army, the Bar Association for Democratic Society and other organizations of south Korea held a rally outside the UN Office in Geneva on Sep 12 to lay bare the abuses of human rights committed by the Japanese imperialists in the past.

The organizations stressed that more than 1 400 Wednesday rallies were held by victim grandmothers and people of various circles in demand of the settlement of the issue of sexual slavery for the imperial Japanese army outside the Japanese embassy in Seoul, but the Japanese government still refuses to make an apology and reparation for the criminal sexual slavery and ignores the recommendations of the international community.