North Korea does not appear close to conducting a nuclear or missile test despite its continued preparations, a South Korean minister said Wednesday after a purge in Pyongyang sparked fears of aggression.
Massed ranks of military and party leaders pledged complete loyalty to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un Tuesday on the second death anniversary of his father, at a time of growing concern over the regime's stability.1 Comment
North Korea's state news outlets have erased tens of thousands of articles archived on their websites, following the execution of leader Kim Jong Un's uncle, according to a watchdog site.
The execution of the North Korean leader's uncle is “an ominous sign” raising concerns about instability in a nation pursuing a nuclear arms drive, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry warned Sunday.
The aunt of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was named to an ad-hoc state committee, the country's official media reported over the weekend, an indication that the execution of her husband and the country's No. 2 has not immediately diminished her influence.
A senior North Korean official said Sunday that the execution of leader Kim Jong Un's once-powerful uncle will not lead to changes in economic policies
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visited a ski resort under construction in the northeast of the country to check on the progress of his pet project, state media reported Sunday, just days after he had his uncle executed.
The United States has warned North Korea against any “provocative acts” following the shock execution of leader Kim Jong Un's uncle, as the reclusive state campaigned to rally support behind the young supremo.
North Korea said Friday that it executed Kim Jong Un's uncle as a traitor for trying to seize supreme power, a stunning end for the leader's former mentor, long considered the country's No. 2.
The prosecution is investigating a large prostitution ring involving female celebrities, it was revealed Thursday.