The plane's unveiling underscores the difficulties of implementing sanctions when the rogue state's long border with China remains so porous
China and the United States have agreed to step up cooperation in the UN Security Council and in law enforcement channels after North Korea’s fifth nuclear test on 9 September
The world’s most secretive state may seem like a risky place for tourists, but there are many more dangerous places to travel
Specialist unit would target North Korean leader in event of war between the two nations
Not everyone is on board with shutting off trade to Pyongyang, especially when there is money to be made
The speculation comes three days after North Korea conducted its fifth atomic bomb explosion
Threat follows country's largest ever nuclear test, which generated an explosion triggering an artificial magnitude five earthquake
Military sources says the country has a secret plan to reduce the city to ashes
Dating, drinking, having sex, exploring sexuality, falling in love. Hallmarks every teenager experiences, but what about those growing up in one of the world's most repressive regimes?
The Big Question: Kim Jong-un's military says it can mount nuclear warheads on missiles to strike its enemies, but can the claims be trusted?
Experts said greatest concern is not the size of blast but possible weapon development
The latest updates as North Korea tests nuclear warhead with massive explosion
Totalitarian state regularly tests rockets and missiles
David Sneddon was presumed dead in 2004 but he is reportedly alive, and living with a wife and two children in North Korea
Report comes after series of weapons tests by Kim Jong-un's forces
Senior official in education ministry arrested for dozing off during meeting before being killed