'North Koreans may seem loyal to the government, but because they fear the government'
'Of great importance to both of us is North Korea’s pursuit of nuclear weapons, which threatens the security and stability of the region'
Kang Chol-hwa says he was hit and tortured - and forced to watch public executions
Three days ago, North Korea launched its first medium-range missile since 2014
State media reports the dictator successful test of re-entry ballistic missiles
South Korean grandmaster Lee Sedol is battling computer programme AlphaGo to test whether robots have advanced enough to out-smart humans at the board game
US and South Korean troops are practising how to storm beaches in their 'largest ever' joint military drill
The loss comes as US and South Korea stage joint 'non-provocative' training exercise on Korean peninsula
Jung Cheong-rae said his 'foremost worry' as he prepared for his marathon speech was 'the need to go to the rest room,' so for 12 hours beforehand, he drank no liquids
South Korea’s opposition politicians continued their nonstop speeches for a fifth straight day in parliament on 27 February to block a vote on a government-backed anti-terrorism bill, one of the longest filibusters in history.
Japan has barred North Korean ships from its ports
Slogans issued by the Central Committee and the Central Military Commission of the ruling Workers’ Party of Korea, reflect what the party sees as the nation’s priorities in the months and years that lie ahead
An MP for South Korea's ruling party has warned that the North Korean leader must be killed to avoid nuclear war
Kim Jong-un's regime has turned the complex into a military zone, ordering factory workers back across the border and ending a project aimed at bringing the two sides closer together
South Koreans were being pulled out of factories across the border on Thursday
China is, after all, North Korea’s sole friend on the planet, but an increasingly distant one