dglobalnews.com N. Korea detains another American over alleged hostile acts
Published: Wed, May 10, 2017
Global Media | By Cecelia Webb

N. Korea detains another American over alleged hostile acts

N. Korea detains another American over alleged hostile acts

Hardly there is information available on Kim Jong-un's nuclear arsenal, other than what North Korean controlled media has released on it.

Washington D.C. [U.S.A.], May 9: The detention of a fourth USA citizen by North Korea over the weekend has drawn concern from the United States. The university said it could not comment further because Kim's detention was not related to his work at the university. Warmbier was arrested over the alleged theft of a propaganda poster and charged with "hostile acts against the DPRK".

Last week, President Donald Trump called Kim a "pretty smart cookie" and said he'd be honored to meet with him.

Kim Dong-chul, born a South Korean but believed to have USA citizenship, is serving 10 years of hard labor for subversion. He taught accounting at the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology.

North Korea said on Sunday that it has detained another US citizen on suspicion of "hostile acts" against the state as tensions rise between Pyongyang and Washington. Kim had been very concerned about the food shortage in North Korea.

The volunteer faculty of PUST, many of whom are evangelical Christians, has a curriculum that includes subjects once considered taboo in North Korea, such as capitalism. He has family in both China and Korea.

The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) announced that the Asian Cup qualifier between North Korea and Malaysia would be played in Pyongyang.

Asked for her thoughts on Trump's remark that Kim Jong Un was a "a pretty smart cookie,"Rice replied: "Well, he is a smart cookie. he obviously knows what he's doing".

N. Korea detains another American over alleged hostile acts

"On May 3, some [expletive] by the name of Cory Gardner, who sits on the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, perpetrated wicked blasphemy against our supreme dignity during an interview with NBC", UPI's translation of the KCNA statement read.

"In the past, Pyongyang has demanded that Washington send high-level envoys to obtain the release of US citizens detained in North Korea".

Back in 2009, the North abducted two American female reporters and used them as a means to negotiate with the U.S.

Tony Kim - or Kim Sang Dok - also a PUST staffer was arrested on April 22 at an airport in Pyongyang for "hostile acts" toward the regime.

One is Kim Dong-chul, a man in his early 60s who had left Virginia to live in the Chinese city of Yanji, near the border with North Korea, as head of a trade and hotel services company.

The longest held American at this time is Kim Dong Chul.

Rice said the USA task was to convince the Chinese that they had to choose between doing "really hard things to bring this regime into line or we will have to do harsh things".

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