By Brian Murphy and Roberta RamptonPublished July 29, 2018 08:57:03A number of new North Korean websites and propaganda pieces are popping up on the web.
But one that has caught the eye of many is the North Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), which is also known as the Workers’ Party.
In its new online portal, NK News is providing a new look at the propaganda activities of North Korea.
The portal features a series of articles written by Kim Jong Un and other high-ranking officials and government officials, which offer a comprehensive look at North Korea’s military, political, economic, cultural and social activities.
The portal has been updated since the end of 2017.
It has also featured a number of articles about the North’s missile tests, military exercises, nuclear tests, and nuclear weapons.
It is currently updated through the official website.
In the last few months, the portal has featured articles about North Korea developing its nuclear weapons program, Kim Jong-un’s assassination of Kim Jong Il, and a series about the possible US attack on North Korea and the U.S. response.
While some of the content is well-written and informative, others appear to be more of a tongue-in-cheek parody.
The latest article from NK News, titled “A new North Korea propaganda portal that features military exercises by North Korea,” has been shared more than 3,300 times.
The North Korean portal is the second one in a few weeks that the KCNA has launched.
Last week, it launched a website called the “People’s Daily” with a section dedicated to the military and political events in North Korea, the Korean Peninsula and the rest of the world.
In October, the KCN published a new online section dedicated solely to Kim Jong Nam, the leader of North Korean state.
A number the portal’s content has also been published by other websites and news outlets.
A recent article in the KCNC’s official newspaper, Rodong Sinmun, also featured Kim Jong Suk, a top official in North Korean leader Kim Jong Hyun’s administration, as a guest editor.
The KCNA portal, however, is different from other North Korean portals because it has a different content type.
A new content type is a parody article written by North Korean officials and the state.
North Korean publications also publish propaganda and other propaganda pieces about the country, often using the same language as their official propaganda.
The new KCNA is different in a number ways.
For one, it is different because it is not a parody of North Koryo’s official news agency, KCNA, which is run by Kim’s father, Kim Jung Il.
The KCNA instead features a parody website that is more in line with North Korean media.
The second difference is that the portal features North Korean military exercises and a propaganda piece that portrays Kim Jong Kook as a hero.
In the article, Kim says, “The army is preparing a massive military drill that will make the U!
Kim Jong Won is an invincible hero who will defeat the U!”
This article is a satire.
This satirical article is not intended to insult anyone and is not meant to incite violence against North Korea or other foreign countries.
This is not satire.
NK News does not claim to be an official publication of North Koreas Ministry of the People’s Armed Forces or the People Military.
NKNews does not pretend to be or represent any of the above-mentioned entities.NK News has been a favorite of North Koreans for a number the past few years.
A number of Pyongyang-based sites have featured the portal in recent months.
This includes one that ran a story about North Korean government officials visiting a U.K. hotel, and another that featured a video posted on the website that showed North Korean soldiers posing for photos with celebrities and actors.
The video also featured an interview with Kim Jong Chol, the country’s leader.
This is not the first time NK News has run a parody.
It ran a similar story on July 29.
The story featured a satirical photo of Kim, his wife Ri Sol Ju and their son, Kim Yong Sik, who was killed by a U-2 spy plane during a visit to North Korea in 2016.