Kim Jong Un leads ceremonies in display of ‘single-minded unity’ following purge of his uncle
Five of the seven officials who walked alongside Kim Jong-il’s hearse in December 2011 have been killed, purged or sent to labour camps
Jang was once seen as Kim's mentor long considered the country's second power - but his removal was blamed on 'corruption, drug use, gambling and womanizing'
Merrill Newman, 85, was taken off a plane last month, accused of ordering the deaths of North Koreans during the 1950-3 war.
Pariah state calls Swiss blocking of imports 'an intolerable mockery’
Inter-Korean industrial complex reopens after months of political negotiation
Plutonium enrichment plant closed in 2007 as part of aid deal
Closure of border unit was a major blow to heavily indebted economy of North
Escapee is prepare to risk execution to expose South Korean discrimination
The veterans are in the country to find the remains of an aviator killed in the war
Crew riots and captain attempts suicide as officials board vessel
Talks aim at cooling relations after leader Kim Jong-un threatened nuclear war earlier this year
Kenneth Bae could be used as bargaining chip in nuclear standoff with Washington
Kenneth Bae charged with "committing crimes aimed at toppling the Democratic People's Republic of Korea with hostility towards it"
An American detained for nearly six months in North Korea has been sentenced to 15 years of “compulsory labour” for unspecified crimes against the state.
Analysts say North Korea will probably hand Bae a harsh punishment to use him as a bargaining chip in possible negotiations with the US