Kim Jong Un

Slimmed down Kim Jong Un Stirs Health Speculations

The health of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has long been a source of morbid fascination in rival South Korea, which sits in the shadow of Kim's 1.2-million-strong army and his growing arsenal of nuclear-armed missiles.

Has he gained even more weight? Is he struggling for breath after relatively short walks? What about that cane? Why did he miss that important state anniversary?

Hundreds protest COVID restrictions in Denmark

Hundreds of people took to the streets of Copenhagen on Feb. 6 night to protest Denmark's COVID-19 restrictions and the country's plans for a digital vaccination certificate.

Organised by a group calling itself "Men in Black Denmark," some 600 people gathered in the bitter cold in front of the parliament building to protest the "dictatorship" of Denmark's partial lockdown.

Bozhkov, Biden and Trump Are Bulgarians’ Most Popular Google Searches

Information about Coronavirus and the related terms "Covid symptoms", "Covid-19 measures", "declarations Interior Ministry", "state of emergency", "disinfectant", "face masks" and "green corridor" are the most popular Google searches by Bulgarians, according to the summarized data of the internet search engine for the past year.

China Sends Its COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate to Kim Jong Un and Family


China has provided North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his family with an experimental coronavirus vaccine, a U.S. analyst said on Tuesday, citing two unidentified Japanese intelligence sources.

Harry Kazianis, a North Korea expert at the Center for the National Interest think tank in Washington, said the Kims and several senior North Korean officials had been vaccinated.

CNN: He will starve his own people; Why is he silent? Something happened though

He allegedly ordered the execution of a customs officer who improperly handled imported goods, CNN reports, as Jutarnji list informs.
According to the data of the Chinese customs administration, goods worth only 253.000 US dollars were exported to North Korea in October, which is a drop of as much as 99 percent compared to September.