"It's a country that's closed and forbidden, everybody dreams of going there. Everyone wants to see what's forbidden and what's closed."
Only one candidate allowed per constituency in vote for Supreme Assembly
US images suggest N Korea may be about to launch satellite
Newspapers and television are focussing on the constructive dialogue between the two leaders.
If I wasn't ready to disarm, I wouldn't be here, says Kim Jong Un
"Jo Song Gil's daughter was repatriated to North Korea and she is under the control of North Korean authorities," another defector said on Tuesday.
Otto Warmbier and the millions of other victims of North Korea’s brutal leadership deserve justice and an end to these unparalleled atrocities.
US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un are set to meet for a second time on February 27 and 28 in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Family members exchanged gifts and dressed in traditional attire.
Kim Jong Un reaffirmed his resolve to rid the Korean Peninsula of nuclear weapons programmes, but his TV address contained a clear warning to Washington.
US and North Korea agree to hold second nuclear summit
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un visited the sacred Mount Paektu on the North Korean-Chinese border on Thursday morning.
The US Secretary of State has invited North Korea’s foreign minister for talks next week and aims to achieve denuclearisation by 2021.
The 16th Pyongyang Film Festival opened on Wednesday, offering North Koreans a rare opportunity to watch foreign films.
As a next step, North Korea will allow experts from "concerned countries" to watch the its closure
Needs of North Koreans need to be included
Despite Kim Jong-Un's reluctance to give up nuclear weapons, commitment to a peace deal remains strong
Thousands of North Koreans wielding burning torches and shouting slogans filled Kim Il Sung square Monday in celebration of the country's 70th birthday.
North Korea marked the 70th anniversary of its founding on Sunday (September 9) morning with a dramatic military parade, floats, and musical performances.
No long-range missiles were on display on Sunday as North Korea staged a military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of its founding.
Watch: Many of the elderly family members were in wheelchairs and struggled to remember their next of kin that they had not seen in over six decades.
Watch: Korean families who have been separated for more than 60 years, were briefly reunited at a banquet.
North and South Korea to have agreed to hold a third summit in Pyongyang in September.
There was a ceremony with full military honours before the coffins draped in UN flags were loaded into military transport for the flight to Hawaii on Wednesday. It's the first step in implementing the agreement reached when both leaders met in June
But leaked U.S. intelligence findings have concluded that North Korea does not intend to give up its nuclear programme completely.
North Korea has claimed the US has a regrettable attitude in talks over denuclearisation.