In Geneva, South Korea calls for collective action against North Korea over assassination.
They can watch only North Korean government-controlled programs in their dorms and places of work.
Malaysian officials have declared airport terminal where attack by poisoning occurred to be safe for travel.
Exposure can cause death in minutes, according to the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Trips in both directions fall in number following the murder of Kim Jong Un's estranged half-brother.
A verbal war has erupted and Malaysia has recalled its ambassador to Pyongyang.
Police are asking embassy to hand over a second secretary and state airline worker.
Full autopsy results are expected later this week, officials say.
Diplomatic spat heats up as Malaysia rebukes Pyongyang’s envoy over outburst.
Exact cause of death still unclear but police are treating the case as murder, officials say.
One suspect was duped into thinking she was taking part in a reality TV prank, Indonesian officials say.
Pyongyang demands immediate release of Kim Jong-Nam's body and says it will reject autopsy results.
Indonesian woman, Malaysian man are arrested in connection with the case.
Yoji Gomi, the author of a book on the half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, gives his thoughts on the murder.
South Korean officials 'certain' victim is half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.
Victim named as 46-year-old Kim Chol in passport, officials say.
Security Council says missile launch Saturday and last October violate sanctions and threaten peace.
Pyongyang' first missile launch of 2017 comes as Trump reaffirms close alliance with Japan.
AEI scholar says a sustained, multifaceted effort at 'threat reduction' needed after 25 years of failed nuclear negotiations with Pyongyang.
Pyongyang’s old standby mobilization method finds fewer takers than before.
Andrei Lankov says North Korea will behave more rationally now that it must deal with an unpredictable Trump administration.
Domestic products are being passed over in favor of more expensive products imported from China.
The products were left behind in the industrial park when South Korea pulled out following North Korean nuke and missile tests.
Designed to bring in foreign currency for Pyongyang, the restaurants are attracting fewer customers as UN sanctions take hold.