U.N. special rapporteur on North Korea says the prison camps “have been uppermost” in the concerns of the international community.
A human rights expert says that North Koreans should be free to choose their leaders.
A newspaper shows photos of the dictator standing with the apparent aid of a walking stick.
The still-unregulated private system is quickly replacing the government postal service.
Students are not the only ones learning the popular foreign language in the hermit kingdom.
The new officers seek to profit from corruption near the capital and the border with China.
A nationwide campaign focuses concern on involvement in 'indecent' behaviors.
Tough new sanctions in proposed US legislation could change Pyongyang's behavior, an advocate for North Korean human rights says.
Children had been submitting newspapers bearing his photo for a wastepaper drive.
Censors remove certain equipment from television sets ahead of the Asian Games.
Thousands of families are being forcibly resettled and businesses shut down or closed.
Agricultural goods are easier to conceal than metal goods, sources say.
They are held responsible for the brigade’s lack of discipline.
Increasingly, parents who can’t handle these costs are turning to private tutors to educate their children.
Residents are drawn to the efficient technology, despite the higher cost.
Authorities look to discourage the use of Chinese networks in border areas.
They are also asked not to use emails to contact the authorities back home.