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Is North Korea’s Kim Jong Un on Tinder?
If he is, it’s slim pickings in Pyongyang.
North Korea: If Provoked, Would Fight U.S. Until ‘There Would Be No One Left’
The isolated country marked the 62nd anniversary of the signing of the Korean War armistice with anti-American rhetoric.
Report: North Korea Executes Its Defense Chief
A South Korean news service reported that Hyon Yong-chol was executed by firing squad.
Kim Jong Un Ordered 15 Exections This Year, South Korea Says
"Excuses or reasoning doesn't work for Kim Jong Un."
The Not-So-Great Dictator
Add a crackdown on Christians helping North Koreans to Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un's most horrible hits.
North Korea Celebrates Late Leader’s Birthday
Human Rights Watch reminds of repression as Pyongyang sets off fireworks to honor Kim Jong Il.
Activists Blackmail North Korea With Threat of 'The Interview'
The group hopes to negotiate talks with the North Korean government to resolve issues between the two countries.
Are North and South Korea Heading for Talks?
The opening for talks comes even as South Korea has cracked down on pro-North sentiment.
New U.S. Sanctions For North Korea After Sony Hack
The additional sanctions target three companies as well as 10 North Korean government officials.
Sony Hack: What Will North Korea Do Next?
Kim Jong Un feels cornered and may retaliate with his nukes program.
After Calling Obama a 'Monkey,' North Korea's Internet Reportedly Down
North Korea's Internet and 3G mobile networks were paralyzed on Saturday evening, China's official Xinhua news agency reported on Saturday.
North Korea Calls Obama a 'Monkey,' Denies Hacking Sony
"Obama always goes reckless in words and deeds like a monkey in a tropical forest," an unnamed spokesman for the commission said in a statement carried by the official KCNA news agency.
Obama Says Sony Hack Not An Act of War
Obama and his advisers are deciding how to punish North Korea for the attack after the FBI concluded that Pyongyang was responsible.
North Korea Calls for Joint Probe Into Sony Hack
An unnamed spokesman of the North's foreign ministry said there would be "grave consequences" if Washington refused to agree to the joint probe.
North Korea One Step Closer to Facing ICC
North Korea is one step closer to charged for crimes against humanity.
North Korea Sets Out Stall To Become the Next Holiday Destination. Just Don't Question the Rules...
North Korea’s first tour operator will have a stall at a tourism fair in London this weekend, running “safe and economically friendly” trips to the world’s most isolated country
For Kim-Watchers, North Korean Anniversary on Friday is Pivotal
If North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un he does not appear at a key political event early on Friday, speculation will intensify over his health and grip on power
North Korea Denounces Franco-Rogan Kim Jong Un Comedy
North Korea said it would unleash a "merciless counter-measure" if Washington failed to ban the movie
West Urges North Korea to Close Camps That Hold 120,000 People
The Rights Council also called for an end to its caste system that ranks citizens based on family loyalty
North Korea Executes Leader's Powerful Uncle In Rare Public Purge
Jang Song Thaek was killed just days ahead of the second anniversary of the death of Kim Jong Il.