At least three battles are taking place
The interaction would mark a marked shift in US foreign policy
'We’re supposed to dress conservatively in North Korea, so people like going to the gym so they can show off their bodies'
How exactly might a foreign journalist insult the dignity of North Korea? Taking a quick look at some of the reports Wingfield-Hayes's crew filmed while in North Korea gives us some clues
Wingfield-Hayes, producer Maria Byrne and cameraman Matthew Goddard will be expelled from country
Kenneth Bae was accused of working against the North Korean government
Kim Jong-un lays out his accomplishments, including first hydrogen bomb test, in front of an adoring crowd
At the last meeting it was ordered that 'public livelihood' had to be improved before the next one could happen
62-year-old Kim Dong Chul has been sentenced to 10 years of hard labour
'We made what we consider a very logical proposal to the US government'
South Korea reported the test and said it was on high alert for a nuclear test that it believed would happen imminently
Ms Park orders military to be on alert
'North Korea is likely to venture a launch on the occasion of Kim il-Sung's birthday,' source tells news agency
The open letter is the latest of a series of articles by North Korean state media targeting the US president
A colonel from North Korea's military spy agency has fled to South Korea last year in a rare senior-level defection, Seoul officials said Monday.
The state news agency said that the Kim Jong Un was delighted as the 'high-power' rocket engine spewed out 'huge flames with (a) deafening boom'