Sources say workers’ relocation indicates a closure of the joint North-South project.
Deplorable conditions in the military lead children of the powerful to dodge the draft.
A new system implemented this year allows farmers to keep up to 30 percent of their harvests.
An end to the project could raise prices for South Korean goods on the black market.
But foreign travel from Beijing and other areas continues without restrictions.
Cybersquads are providing the pariah nation with a much-needed source of funding.
The peninsula is headed for 'thermonuclear war,' Pyongyang says.
The move spells an end for Pyongyang’s last major project with South Korea.
President Xi Jinping warns against "troublemaking" on China's doorstep.
The move is being interpreted as yet another North Korean attempt to ratchet up tensions.
The action escalates Pyongyang's month-long standoff with the South.
Factories illegally transport cigarettes to China where they are sold as local products.
A beleaguered economy and an unstable North Korean won make foreign currencies a safer bet.
The ‘long overdue’ study comes as Pyongyang faces criticism over its weapons program.
Supply delays and transportation problems also hold up gravity fed water systems.
Sources say China could be putting the brakes on cross-border labor.
China joins the United States, Russia and 12 other U.N. Security Council members in adopting the measures.
Pyongyang also bans overseas travel as the US and South Korea hold military exercises.
The U.N. Security Council moves to curtail Pyongyang's illegal trading activities.
An increasing number of people are relying on illegally imported cars as a key mode of transport.
But the country’s own citizens remain isolated from the World Wide Web.
Pyongyang is giving high-ranking military officers a monthly allowance in US currency.
Attention to North Korea’s water problems comes from an unlikely source.
Pyongyang is spending hundreds of millions of dollars on its nuclear program while its citizens starve.
China joins others at the UN Security Council in condemning North Korea’s nuclear test.
Pyongyang defies UN resolutions banning it from developing nuclear and missile technology.
The book is to be released as part of a restructured education system.
Trade officials who have previously served in China are being given unprecedented repeat assignments.
Hunger and cold drive North Korean soldiers to drop out of the army, sources say.
North Korea will use ‘strength’ to respond to the UN’s condemnation of its recent missile launch.