Educators must attend lectures to learn how to prevent students from committing crimes and gambling and engaging in premarital sex.
South Korea wins North's "regret" for landmine attacks and agrees to stop blasting anti-North broadcasts across their border.
The disguised squads can go anywhere in the country to search for and arrest North Koreans.
The regime had planned to put a tablet PC in every home, sources say.
They also log fewer hours, because they often fail to report for work.
The barriers blocked water from flowing through gorges, causing them to flood fields and topple infrastructure.
The blast maimed two South Korean soldiers on patrol near the border.
Arrest comes shortly after U.S. criticizes Thailand’s efforts to fight human trafficking.
Minor violations result in forced labor amid race to finish public projects.
Three others decided to stay in the South to seek asylum.
Rural families put children to work to avoid having government-dispatched workers come to farms and seize their food.
North Korea continues to be one of the worst offenders in the trafficking of people.
Sources say he tried to sell materials documenting daily life to Chinese nationals.
Sources say the goods are of better quality at cheaper prices.
They are paying authorities to change arrest dates so their imprisoned relatives will be eligible for release.
The reduction is a first during the rule of Kim Jong Un, sources say.
Officials have been investigating the sale of such goods in local markets.