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Ismail Haniyeh, Vladimir Putin
Hamas leader Haniyeh, Iran, Assad, and N. Korea congratulate Putin on election win 

Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh congratulated Russian President Vladimir Putin on his victory, thanked him for his support, and called for strengthening the relationship between Hamas and Russia.

Chani Edri, JFeed Staff | 19.03.24

Putin Meets With Kim Jong Un

"Nice to see you": Putin meets with Kim Jong Un

Russia President Vladimir Putin met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, as the two toured a spaceport in the east of the country. Putin pledged to help North Korea build satellites, while Kim said the visit was "A clear demonstration of the importance of the relations"

Uriel Be'eri, JFeed Staff | 13.09.23

Kim Jong Un Will Meet with Putin

Towards a meeting with Putin: Kim Jong Un arrived in Russia

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrived in the Russian city of Vladivostok by train, where he will meet with President Vladimir Putin. This marks Kim's first visit outside North Korea since 2019

Uriel Be'eri, JFeed Staff | 12.09.23

"US System  Is Rotten"

"Trump's prosecution shows that the US system  is rotten"

The President of Russia commented on the election and said that the prosecution of Trump shows that the system in the US is rotten. The media reports that Kim Jong Un arrived in Russia on the way to a meeting with Putin

Itay Zaltzman, JFeed | 12.09.23

Kim Jong Un Meets Putin

Report: Kim Jong Un is on his way to a meeting with Putin in Russia

The media in South Korea reported that North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un has left his country and is now on his way to a meeting with President Vladimir Putin in Russia. Apparently, Kim left Pyongyang on a special armored train

Uriel Be'eri, JFeed Staff | 11.09.23

North Korea's Chief of Staff Deposed

Drama in North Korea: Kim Jong Un deposed the Chief of Staff

North Korea's Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un ousted General Park Su-il, the Chief of the General Staff, after just 7 months and ordered the military to increase readiness for a potential war against the "enemies of Pyongyang." This move comes ahead of the joint exercises between South Korea and the United States

Uriel Be'eri, Srugim News | 10.08.23