Residents given opportunity to buy their homes from the state in local experiment.
Regime threatens to punish businessmen with hidden accounts as if they are defectors.
Move seen as sign of displeasure at U.S. sanctions, some of which U.S. President Trump says he'll reverse.
Sudden crackdown on smuggling surprises residents and small-time smugglers.
Current workers must return home by June, but new workers are still being sent.
Government support, diplomacy and electoral politics may have played a role in shocking release of Kim Jong Nam murder defendant.
Mobile network expansion creates synergy effect with private transport services.
Following failed U.S.-North Korea summit, regime wants to divert attention by instilling fear
"We are very sad," the father of Doan Thi Huong, 30, says of the dashed hopes of her extended family in Vietnam.
Academy sells drug-making chemicals and lab equipment at its store for ‘scientists.’
Father of Doan Thi Huong also appeals to win daughter’s freedom after release of Indonesian suspect.
The once trendy border city restaurants are now failing to draw customers, and foreign cash.
Prosecutors mum on why charges withdrawn; lawyers for Vietnamese co-defendant petition to have case against her dropped as well.
Judge had questioned defense’s argument that defendants were carrying out a prank.
Forced to endorse a single candidate, citizens collectively yawn at election for a ceremonial legislature.
Locals in the provinces bordering China are hearing news from the Hanoi summit by word of mouth.
President Trump slammed for letting Kim off the hook in Warmbier case.
Trump and Kim walked away empty-handed from Hanoi, but didn’t burn bridges.
Any reform inspired by Kim-Trump diplomacy would endanger the privileges of wealthy North Koreans
Citizens are learning about the prize for the first time, but many are skeptical of the government’s claims.
Seoul-based North Korean Strategy Center gathers testimonies detailing high-profile purges including brutal executions.
Ahead of upcoming US-Korea summit, 10-day emergency period begins Tuesday.
Short on supplies during the winter months, hungry recruits break into homes and farms near bases.
Waitresses plucked from a top Pyongyang university forced to work for free.
Known on the streets as ice, the drug helps some users forget their misery, but addictions rise.
Government sends teenagers to protect pine trees from hungry larvae.
North Korean hackers aid Philippine bankers in a massive theft of funds from the Bangladesh central bank.
Directive to light up statues of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il for holiday celebrations angers citizens.
Government cites fairness to workers in North Korean-run facilities as it cuts salaries by up to 80 percent.
Doan Thi Huong will begin her defense case ahead of co-defendant Siti Aisyah.