Chinese and South Koreans fed up with Pyongyang’s foreign policy are eating elsewhere.
Police Inspector-General would not confirm Japanese newspaper report that amount was $120,000.
Leader Kim Jong Un wants to ‘root out Chinese-manufactured cell phone users’ who have connections to the country’s mortal enemy South Korea.
They shirk regulations and abuse their power to acquire the stands, which generate healthy profits.
Officials get the lion’s share of the payment, after covering operating costs.
Authorities apprehend and beat Kim Seung-mo from Yanggang province upon his return from visiting relatives across the border.
They are paying doctors for fake medical diagnoses that exempt them from performing required labor in the fields.
They are intentionally infecting mobile phones, computers, and cameras with malware to attack networks and major organizations worldwide.
Individuals and businesses that generate foreign currency are selling what they stockpile at high profit margins.
No date given yet for trial of Indonesian, Vietnamese women in custody in Malaysia.
But authorities fail to curb North Koreans' growing use of cell phones to keep in touch with relatives in the South.
Malaysian official had expressed concern over possibility of poisoning of players by sabotage, if match played in Pyongyang.
Rights groups say heavier penalties means fewer guards offering to help flee the country.
Kim Jong Un’s government rewards them with more food and better housing.
Malaysia will play North Korea in Pyongyang on June 8, Asian Football Confederation announces.
Liberal advocate of dialogue with North Korea may have trouble turning back clock to 'Sunshine Policy' days.
Sources say the move could come as early as May and would seriously affect the North’s economy.