Most see the emergency orders and drills as business as usual, sources in the country say.
Some in Seoul fear successor could placate Pyongyang and China, straining ties with the U.S.
Demands for sex and forced prostitution are common in the army and construction brigades, sources say.
Police chief declines to elaborate, citing a need to safeguard “witnesses” who confirmed Kim's identity.
Nine other Malaysians remain stuck in Pyongyang amid diplomatic standoff over assassination of Kim Jong Nam.
Meanwhile, a video of a young man claiming to be the slain Kim's son surfaces.
Pyongyang and Kuala Lumpur impose exit bans on citizens from the other country.
Smartphones are randomly inspected and violations punished ‘severely.’
Meanwhile, Kuala Lumpur condemns North Korean missile launches and announces boycott of football match in Pyongyang.
Missiles land in waters between Korea and Japan, deepening U.S. and its allies commitment to missile defense deployments.
Kang Chol is “persona non grata” and has less than 48 hours to exit Malaysia.
Experts warn the move would provoke an aggressive reaction from Pyongyang.
Foreign ministry condemns use of VX nerve agent on Malaysian soil.
Officials cite lack of evidence in decision to release Ri Jong Chol.
The move is seen as a reprisal for Beijing’s recent ban on coal imports from North Korea.
The number of hackings has risen since North Korean diplomat Thae Yong Ho's defection to South Korea last August, a computer experts says.
Charge sheets say the killing was committed with four others who are still at large