Unknown hackers have accessed names, birth dates and addresses from a resettlement agency's database, the government said.
- by Hyonhee Shin
The Department of Immigration will deport a North Korean-born refugee despite recognising he would probably be executed or sent to a forced labour camp.
- by David Estcourt
The lawsuit describes in horrific detail the results of torture on Otto Warmbier. He was blind and deaf, his arms were mangled and he was jerking and howling.
- by Eric Tucker
Activities near the border with China and the expansion of a new suspected missile facility nearby are the latest indications North Korea hasn't given up its arsenal.
- by Choe Sang-Hun
The two sides have been engaged in talks on the leaders' second meeting after the first, unprecedented, one in Singapore in June.
A North Korean soldier defected to South Korea, the South Korean military said, but there were no unusual movements by North Korea's military in response.
North Korea has been growing frustrated over Washington's insistence that sanctions would only be lifted at the end of a long process of denuclearisation.
- by Simon Denyer
US analysts said on Monday they have located more than half of an estimated 20 secret North Korean missile development sites.