A North Korean state-run publishing company on Tuesday released a photo book showcasing the regime’s latest weaponry developed in the era of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
The U.S. State Department will award up to $3 million in grants to organizations focusing on human rights in North Korea.
U.S. President-elect Joe Biden on Monday nominated several Obama-era figures to lead his national security team, fueling speculation — and anxiety — in Seoul about the new administration’s openness to diplomacy with Pyongyang.
The North Korean man who defected to the South early this month was a professional gymnast who slipped through two heavily guarded barbed wire fences in the demilitarized zone (DMZ), according to a military source in Seoul Tuesday.
South Korea's top inter-Korean official Monday called for communications to be restored between the two Koreas, saying Seoul must move on from the North's demolition of its liaison office in Kaesong in June.
South Korea will memorialize a site on Yeonpyeong Island shelled by North Korean forces in an unprovoked attack a decade ago, according to Seoul's military.
A United Nations committee on Wednesday adopted a resolution calling for the improvement of the human rights situation in North Korea, which if passed by the UN General Assembly will be the 16th of its kind.
The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has assessed that North Korea’s intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) re-entry vehicles are likely to “perform adequately” if flown on a normal trajectory to mainland United States, according to a report
The son of Kim Jong-nam, the assassinated older half brother to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, was taken into CIA custody after an elusive anti-Pyongyang group tried to help him escape to Amsterdam, according to an investigative report...
The World Health Organization (WHO) reported thousands of suspected Covid-19 cases in North Korea, again contradicting the regime's official insistence that it has no infections on its soil.