North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un guided the military's latest rocket-firing drill, state media says, confirming the missile launch which was conducted in defiance of UN censure.
North Korea has fired two ballistic missiles into the sea off the east coast, Seoul's military says, three days after Pyongyang staged a similar launch.
Ju-min Park and James Pearson North Korea said on Monday it would put two US tourists on trial for committing crimes against the state, dimming any hopes among their families that they would soon be released.
North Korea fired short-range rockets into the sea off its east coast on Wednesday morning, South Korea's Yonhap News Agency said, one day ahead of a state visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping to...
Isabel Reynolds and Maiko Takahashi Japan will ease sanctions on North Korea after the isolated nation said it would start a new investigation into abductees and other Japanese citizens living there.
Ju-min Park Anxious families ponder the fates of hundreds of South Korean and Japanese citizens kidnapped by North Korea.
North Korea has condemned Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop as a US "stooge" after she criticised Kim Jong-un in an interview.
Julian Ryall The North Korean regime has criticised a Hollywood comedy about the assassination of Kim Jong-un, saying it shows the "desperation" of American society.
Julian Ryall, Tokyo China has drawn up detailed contingency plans for the collapse of the North Korean government, suggesting that Beijing has little faith in the longevity of Kim Jong-un's regime.
North Korea's state media has reported an "unimaginable" accident at an apartment construction site in Pyongyang, which had resulted in an unspecified number of casualties.
Chico Harlan North Korea's supreme leader Kim Jong-un "sat up all night" feeling pain after learning about the collapse of an apartment building in Pyongyang, the country's state-run media reported.
Elaine Lies and Tetsushi Kajimoto North Korea agrees to reopen an investigation into the fate of Japanese citizens it kidnapped decades ago, signalling a potential breakthrough in a bitter dispute between Tokyo and Pyongyang.
Choe Sang-Hun and Rick Gladstone North Korea said on Friday it had detained a U.S. citizen visiting as a tourist and that he was under investigation for unspecified illegal acts, making him the third American known to be currently...
David Blair The Soviet Union declared the submarine obsolete in 1961, but the Romeo class vessel is the pride of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's fleet.
The US Secretary of State appealed to China to rein in its North Korean ally and to ease its provocative territorial claims.
North Korea report: drawings reveal horrific scenes witnessed by former inmate as he tells of life in prison
Testimony given by Mr Kim Kwang-il, 48, former inmate at Jeongeori prison.
The United Nations panel investigating human rights in North Korea took testimony from more than 80 former North Koreans now living abroad, who gave evidence in public hearings in London, Tokyo,...
Philip Wen Systematic torture, deliberate starvation, rape and other human rights abuses carried out by North Korean authorities have been catalogued in unprecedented detail in a new United Nations report, but...
An Australian man working as a Christian missionary in North Korea has been arrested in Pyongyang.
Philip Wen Beijing: A 75-year-old Australian man has been detained in North Korea on suspicion of doing missionary work, his wife has said.