Haeju


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Haeju

 

a city in the People’s Democratic Republic of Korea; a port on the coast of the Yellow Sea. Capital of Hwanghae-namdo Province. Population, more than 100,000. Industry includes the manufacture of cement, glass, agricultural machinery, chemical products, paper, and food products. There is also fishing and fish processing.

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Bolaven moved on to North Korea, where state media reported damaged crops and power cuts around the western city of Haeju.
Pathologic survey on the Manila clam Ruditapes philippinarum (Adams and Reeve 1850) from Haeju off the western coastal Yellow Sea.
The people need to know the goal of projects like an economic special zone in Haeju, which will cost billions of dollars.
The election only served to further polarize the peninsula and tensions continued to mount until the Soviet-backed North Korean army invaded the south on June 25, 1950 claiming that it was acting in self-defense in response to a South Korean attack against the border city of Haeju.
Twelve Fireflies and nine Seafires from HMS Triumph armed with rockets attacked Haeju Airfield, damaging hangars and buildings, but no aircraft were sighted.
The second and third shipments of fertilizer will reportedly depart the eastern port of Ulsan for Haeju in North Korea's west on Thursday and Saturday.
65) A November 9 daylight attack on an RB-45, by nine MiG-15s near Haeju, influenced the FEAF to restrict RB-45 flight operations from areas where the aircraft was considered vulnerable.
Han also proposed that five consultative bodies should be formed under the joint committee regarding a joint fishing area and a special economic zone for the North's Haeju, Lee said.
Hideaki Hara, Shuichi Ichikawa, Rumiko Masumoto and Yaeko Taguchi were abducted to Haeju on the Yellow Sea coast.
According to Yonhap News Agency, Hyundai wants Haeju, a western port city in South Hwanghae Province, as the site for the industrial complex, while North Korea prefers Sinuiju, a northwestern port city.
Flamm "Dee" Harper, 18th Fighter-Bomber Group, had his Sabrejet shot up on a bombing sortie over North Korea's Haeju Peninsula.
The Hyundai group, however, reportedly wants the site to be located in the western port city of Haeju, South Hwanghae Province, due to the port's easy access to sea transport links.