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Summary.     Click for More > Paper: 'Burning hatred' for U.S. N. Korea: Only treaty will prevent war N Korea removes nuclear monitors  North Korea has started dismantling UN monitoring devices at a nuclear plant N. Korea 'months' from plutonium use N Korea 'repairing' nuclear reactor North Korea warns of 'catastrophe' Nuke fuel rods moved   Nuclear inspectors expelled  North Korea decided to expel IAEA inspectors who have been monitoring its frozen nuclear facilities US rules out strike on N Korea Expelled UN team leaves N Korea N Korea threatens to ditch treaty
Korean ship battle kills four Koreas resume peace talks Breakthrough on Korean border links Japan, North Korea historic meeting   Pyongyang will give information about one of 11 missing Japanese citizens kidnapped by North Korea N Korea confesses to kidnappings N. Korea capitalist zone boss 'arrested' North Korea admits it has nuke program United call for N. Korea to scrap nukes N Korea 'will not end nuclear programme' Oil shipments to N Korea frozen Scud missile ship seized  12 missiles were found aboard unflagged ship, called the So San, that stopped in the Indian Ocean by a Spanish frigate N. Korea to reactivate nuke plants Map of Pyongyang North Korea
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2. 03-14 North Koreans storm Spanish embassy Beijing
D. 03-24 Envoy set for Pyongyang South Korea
E. 04-02 Envoy leaves for Pyongyang South Korea
F. 04-04 Family reunions to resume South Korea
G. 04-05 North Korea 'ready' for US talks North Korea
7. 04-28 Tears as Korean relatives are reunited North Korea
8. 05-21 North Koreans 'granted asylum' Beijing
J. 06-14 U.S., N. Korea set to talk talks North Korea





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Korean ship battle kills four  North and South Korean warships exchanged gunfire near the western sea border. One South Korean frigate was sunk N. Korea accuses South of navy attack N. Korea 'regrets' fatal naval skirmish Brief encounter for U.S. and North Korea Rival Koreas agree to new talks Koreas resume peace talks   Officials have begun 3 days of high-level talks in Seoul aimed at restarting the reconciliation process Koreas report progress in talks N. Korea threatens to ditch nuclear deal US diplomat: N. Korea armed to the teeth   Breakthrough on Korean border links  3 days of talks ended with an agreement to resume construction of cross-border road and rail links Japan, North Korea historic meeting Map of Pyongyang North Korea


February 2002 ... more > Top ^
Feb.15  Kim Jong-il 60th birthday


March 2002 ... more > Top ^
Mar.14  North Koreans storm Spanish embassy
Mar.24  Envoy set for Pyongyang


April 2002 ... more > Top ^
Apr.2  Envoy leaves for Pyongyang
Apr.4  Family reunions to resume
Apr.5  North Korea 'ready' for US talks
Apr.28  Tears as Korean relatives are reunited


May 2002 ... more > Top ^
May.21  North Koreans 'granted asylum'


June 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jun.14  U.S., N. Korea set to talk talks
Jun.21  Starved eating grass to survive
Jun.26  Missile found on N. Korean 'spy boat'
Jun.28  
Jun.29  US condemns N Korean 'provocation'
Jun.30


July 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jul.1  N Korea blames U.S. for clash
Jul.7  N Korea warns of 'new armed clash'
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August 2002 ... more > Top ^
Aug.3
Aug.6  Nuclear reactor work begins
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Aug.12
Aug.13
Aug.19  'Boat people' in mass defection
 Kim begins train tour
Aug.21  North Korea brings in 'market reform'
Aug.28
Aug.30  


September 2002 ... more > Top ^
Sep.3  Asylum-seekers storm compound
Sep.8  Family reunion meeting place to set up
Sep.10  North Koreans allowed to leave China
Sep.14  Groundwork for cross-border links
Sep.16  
  Pyongyang will give information about one of 11 missing Japanese citizens kidnapped by North Korea
Sep.17     N Korea confesses to kidnappings  Kim Jong-il has admitted that his country kidnapped Japanese citizens - and that at least 4 were still alive Work began on railway to link Koreas Sep.18 Koreas clear minefields Sep.19  N. Korea 'to allow' nuke inspections Sep.25 U.S. to send senior envoy to North Korea Sep.26  U.S. confirms delegation to North Korea Sep.28  Special economic zone 'ready for visitors'

October 2002 ... more > Top ^
Oct.3  U.S. envoy visits 'evil' N. Korea   N. Korea capitalist zone boss 'arrested'
  Yang Bin, a Chinese-born tycoon, has been summoned for questioning in China on suspicion of tax evasion Oct.5  U.S. calls N. Korea talks 'useful' Oct.7  N. Korea slams 'arrogant' U.S. envoy Oct.8  Abducted Japanese to return home Oct.9  Tycoon controversy deepens  N. Korean cheersquad Oct.14  Asian Games end with calls for peace  Kidnapped Japanese arrive home Oct.16   North Korea admits it has nuke program  North Korea has revealed to the U.S. that it has a secret and active nuclear weapons program Oct.18  Beijing urges caution with North Korea Oct.19 U.S. warns N. Korea over nukes
Seoul demands North end nuke program Oct.20 N. Korea 'ready to talk' about nukes Oct.21  Bush to work on disarming North Korea Oct.22 North Korea agrees to nuclear dialogue Oct.24  Non-aggression pact urged with U.S. Oct.26   United call for N. Korea to scrap nukes  U.S., Japan and South Korea call on North Korea to dismantle its nuclear weapons program Oct.28  Korean War remains coming home     N Korea 'will not end nuclear programme'  North Korea has refused a Japanese demand that it scrap its nuclear weapons programme Oct.30 Bush urged to toughen N. Korea stance Oct.31 Russia scolds N. Korea over nukes

November 2002 ... more > Top ^
Nov.5 North Korea threatens missile tests
Nov.13 Bush warns N. Korea on fuel shipments Nov.14   Oil shipments to N Korea frozen  The U. S. and its East Asian and European allies have voted to suspend fuel deliveries to the Communist nation

December 2002 ... more > Top ^
Dec.4 N. Korea refuses nuclear inspections
Dec.10   Scud missile ship seized
  12 missiles were found aboard unflagged ship, called the So San, that stopped in the Indian Ocean by a Spanish frigate
Dec.12   N. Korea to reactivate nuke plants
Map of Pyongyang North Korea
  Pyongyang regards a joint agreement with the United States, Japan and South Korea as defunct
Dec.13 North Korea attacks U.S. 'piracy' Dec.14   Paper: 'Burning hatred' for U.S.  Ruling party newspaper is saying the country is ready to deliver 'bitter defeat and death' to a threatening U.S. Dec.15 Clinton planned to attack N. Korea reactor Dec.16     N. Korea: Only treaty will prevent war
  North Korea said the only way to prevent a wa was by signing a non-aggression treaty with the United States N. Korea delivers gunboats to Iran Dec.21   N Korea removes nuclear monitors
  North Korea has started dismantling UN monitoring devices at a nuclear plant
Dec.23     N. Korea 'months' from plutonium use  North Korea will be just months away from producing plutonium if it is allowed to remove monitoring equipment   N Korea 'repairing' nuclear reactor   North Korea is taking concrete steps to produce weapons-grade plutonium. Experts are fixing the Yongbyon nuclear reactor Dec.24     North Korea warns of 'catastrophe'  State-run newspaper said the nuclear issue could only be resolved by North Korea and the United States Dec.25   Nuke fuel rods moved  As promised, North Korea is beginning a process that will to lead to activation of previously mothballed nuclear reactor Dec.27     Nuclear inspectors expelled
  North Korea decided to expel IAEA inspectors who have been monitoring its frozen nuclear facilities
N Korea urged to rethink nuclear plans Dec.28 IAEA inspectors to leave Dec.29   US rules out strike on N Korea  Powell has said US has no immediate plans to attack North Korea to force it to abandon its nuclear programme Dec.30 'Sanctions won't work' S Korea may reach out to north   Expelled UN team leaves N Korea  Two inspectors ordered out of North Korea have arrived in Beijing Dec.31   N Korea threatens to ditch treaty  N Korea claims it's unable to meet its obligations under a non-proliferation pact because of threats from the U.S. IAEA hopes inspectors will return


Korean ship battle kills four  North and South Korean warships exchanged gunfire near the western sea border. One South Korean frigate was sunk N. Korea accuses South of navy attack N. Korea 'regrets' fatal naval skirmish N. Korea threatens to ditch nuclear deal US diplomat: N. Korea armed to the teeth   Breakthrough on Korean border links  3 days of talks ended with an agreement to resume construction of cross-border road and rail links Koreas clear minefields North Korea admits it has nuke program  North Korea has revealed to the U.S. that it has a secret and active nuclear weapons program U.S. warns N. Korea over nukes Seoul demands North end nuke program N. Korea 'ready to talk' about nukes United call for N. Korea to scrap nukes  U.S., Japan and South Korea call on North Korea to dismantle its nuclear weapons program   N Korea 'will not end nuclear programme'  North Korea has refused a Japanese demand that it scrap its nuclear weapons programme Bush urged to toughen N. Korea stance Russia scolds N. Korea over nukes North Korea threatens missile tests N. Korea refuses nuclear inspections Scud missile ship seized




North Korea, 2002 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
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Jun.26  Missile found on N. Korean 'spy boat'
Jun.28
Jun.30
Jul.1  N Korea blames U.S. for clash
Jul.7  N Korea warns of 'new armed clash'
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Aug.28
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Sep.19  N. Korea 'to allow' nuke inspections
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Oct.21  Bush to work on disarming North Korea
Oct.24  Non-aggression pact urged with U.S.
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Oct.28  Korean War remains coming home
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  12 missiles were found aboard unflagged ship, called the So San, that stopped in the Indian Ocean by a Spanish frigate
Dec.12 N. Korea to reactivate nuke plants
Map of Pyongyang North Korea
  Pyongyang regards a joint agreement with the United States, Japan and South Korea as defunct
Dec.15 Clinton planned to attack N. Korea reactor Dec.16   N. Korea: Only treaty will prevent war  North Korea said the only way to prevent a wa was by signing a non-aggression treaty with the United States Dec.16 N. Korea delivers gunboats to Iran Dec.21 N Korea removes nuclear monitors
  North Korea has started dismantling UN monitoring devices at a nuclear plant
Dec.23   N. Korea 'months' from plutonium use  North Korea will be just months away from producing plutonium if it is allowed to remove monitoring equipment Dec.23 N Korea 'repairing' nuclear reactor   North Korea is taking concrete steps to produce weapons-grade plutonium. Experts are fixing the Yongbyon nuclear reactor Dec.24   North Korea warns of 'catastrophe'  State-run newspaper said the nuclear issue could only be resolved by North Korea and the United States Dec.25 Nuke fuel rods moved  As promised, North Korea is beginning a process that will to lead to activation of previously mothballed nuclear reactor Dec.27   Nuclear inspectors expelled
  North Korea decided to expel IAEA inspectors who have been monitoring its frozen nuclear facilities
Dec.28 IAEA inspectors to leave Dec.29 US rules out strike on N Korea  Powell has said US has no immediate plans to attack North Korea to force it to abandon its nuclear programme Dec.30 Expelled UN team leaves N Korea  Two inspectors ordered out of North Korea have arrived in Beijing Dec.31 IAEA hopes inspectors will return



North Korea, 2002 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2002 Jun.21  Starved eating grass to survive



North Korea, 2002 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2002 Oct.9  N. Korean cheersquad Oct.14  Asian Games end with calls for peace



North Korea, 2002 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2002 Aug.6  Nuclear reactor work begins Aug.21  North Korea brings in 'market reform' Sep.17 Work began on railway to link Koreas
Sep.28  Special economic zone 'ready for visitors' Nov.13 Bush warns N. Korea on fuel shipments Nov.14 Oil shipments to N Korea frozen  The U. S. and its East Asian and European allies have voted to suspend fuel deliveries to the Communist nation



North Korea, 2002 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2002 Sep.17   N Korea confesses to kidnappings  Kim Jong-il has admitted that his country kidnapped Japanese citizens - and that at least 4 were still alive Oct.3 N. Korea capitalist zone boss 'arrested'  Yang Bin, a Chinese-born tycoon, has been summoned for questioning in China on suspicion of tax evasion Oct.8  Abducted Japanese to return home Oct.9  Tycoon controversy deepens Oct.14  Kidnapped Japanese arrive home



North Korea, 2002 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2002 Feb.15  Kim Jong-il 60th birthday Mar.14  North Koreans storm Spanish embassy Mar.24  Envoy set for Pyongyang Apr.2  Envoy leaves for Pyongyang Apr.4  Family reunions to resume Apr.5  North Korea 'ready' for US talks Apr.28  Tears as Korean relatives are reunited May.21  North Koreans 'granted asylum' Jun.14  U.S., N. Korea set to talk talks Jun.29  US condemns N Korean 'provocation' Jul.30 Brief encounter for U.S. and North Korea
Aug.3 Rival Koreas agree to new talks Aug.11 Koreas resume peace talks   Officials have begun 3 days of high-level talks in Seoul aimed at restarting the reconciliation process Aug.12 Koreas report progress in talks Aug.19  'Boat people' in mass defection Aug.19  Kim begins train tour Aug.30   Breakthrough on Korean border links  3 days of talks ended with an agreement to resume construction of cross-border road and rail links Sep.3  Asylum-seekers storm compound Sep.8  Family reunion meeting place to set up Sep.10  North Koreans allowed to leave China Sep.14  Groundwork for cross-border links Sep.16 Japan, North Korea historic meeting Map of Pyongyang North Korea
  Pyongyang will give information about one of 11 missing Japanese citizens kidnapped by North Korea
Sep.25 U.S. to send senior envoy to North Korea Sep.26  U.S. confirms delegation to North Korea Oct.3  U.S. envoy visits 'evil' N. Korea Oct.5  U.S. calls N. Korea talks 'useful' Oct.7  N. Korea slams 'arrogant' U.S. envoy Oct.14  Kidnapped Japanese arrive home Oct.18  Beijing urges caution with North Korea Oct.22 North Korea agrees to nuclear dialogue Oct.26 United call for N. Korea to scrap nukes  U.S., Japan and South Korea call on North Korea to dismantle its nuclear weapons program Oct.31 Russia scolds N. Korea over nukes Dec.13 North Korea attacks U.S. 'piracy' Dec.14 Paper: 'Burning hatred' for U.S.  Ruling party newspaper is saying the country is ready to deliver 'bitter defeat and death' to a threatening U.S. Dec.27 N Korea urged to rethink nuclear plans Dec.30 'Sanctions won't work' Dec.30 S Korea may reach out to north Dec.31 N Korea threatens to ditch treaty  N Korea claims it's unable to meet its obligations under a non-proliferation pact because of threats from the U.S.