Horror of North Korean prison camps exposed at UN panel hearing
Public executions and torture are daily occurrences in North Korea's prisons, according to dramatic testimony from former inmates at a UN Commission of Inquiry that opened in South Korea's capital on Tuesday.
Switzerland blocks deal to sell ski lifts to North Korea
The Swiss government said the deal was in breach of sanctions against Pyongyang.
North Korea agrees to family reunions with the South
North Korea has agreed to a proposal by South Korea to resume reunions of families separated in the 1950-1953 Korean War.
Seventh time's a charm? Koreas reach Kaesong agreement
Will it last?
How did a rare radioactive isotope get into South Korea?
Xenon, a rare, colorless and orderless noble gas that quickly decays, was detected floating above South Korea three times in June.
North Korea's American prisoner hospitalized after losing 50 pounds
North Korea sentenced American citizen Kenneth Bae to 15 years hard labor in April for “hostile acts to bring down its government.”
Why one North Korean defector wants to return home
Having made the dangerous journey out of North Korea, Son Jong-Hun is about to take an even greater risk: going home.
North and South Korea plan new talks on Kaesong industrial complex
New rounds of talks regarding re-opening the industrial complex will be held on August 14th, after North appears to meet key negotiating goal.
Kim Jong who? Meet the cabal that really runs North Korea
Legend aside, the boy despot doesn’t do everything himself. Here’s the power pantheon he shares power with.
North Korea marks Korean War 'victory' with parade in Pyongyang
Kim Jong Un, the Hermit Kingdom's 30-year-old leader, attended the parade of goose-stepping soldiers and machines in the main plaza in Pyongyang.
How North Korea is celebrating the war you never knew it won
While the rest of the world may see the Korean War as a draw, North Korea fetes it like a win.
The first Instagram videos out of North Korea
Associated Press photojournalist David Guttenfelder is making the most of his window onto the hermit kingdom.
North Korea: where playing 'jazz' is a crime
Kim Cheol Woong was North Korea’s star pianist before his musical taste landed him in trouble.
North Korean weapons ship: Enter the UN. And bees. Lots of bees.
Panama has called in United Nations inspectors to help determine whether a North Korean cargo ship carrying weapons from Cuba was in violation of international sanctions.
Chatter: Cuba's North Korean missile crisis
Cuba admits shipping weapons to North Korea in secret, a court in Bangladesh sentences a leading Islamist politician to death, Syria could be the new Rwanda, and Japan just can't shift its square watermelons.
Hopes fade for revival of Kaesong industrial zone
A fourth round of talks over the Kaesong complex took place just across the border in the North. Three previous attempts this month all ended in deadlock.
Chong Chon Gang: Cuba admits its 'obsolete' weapons were on North Korean ship
Cuba says that a stash of weapons hidden aboard the North Korean-flagged Chong Chon Gang were being sent to the sanctioned country for repairs.
New Cuban missile crisis? Why it's no surprise that North Korea was caught in Panama
Scared of Kim Jong Un? Let it go. The world’s most secretive nation just can’t keep a secret.
President of Panama tweets pictures of discoveries on North Korean ship
President Ricardo Martinelli has been tweeting pictures of suspected North Korean weapons captured in the Panama Canal.
Panama discovers hidden weapons aboard North Korea-bound ship
Panamanian authorities discovered weapons stashed in containers of brown sugar aboard a ship bound for North Korea.
Myanmar to North Korea: I can’t quit you, baby
Why is a recovering pariah state still canoodling with the Kim clan?
Prop Art: The best of weird North Korean art
A wax figure of deceased dictator Kim Jong Il is the latest addition to North Korea's vast collection of propaganda art. You won't believe some of the others.
Should Obama rescue the US missionary imprisoned in North Korea?
Analysis: 5 reasons the US should avoid squandering diplomatic capital on Korean-American Kenneth Bae’s release.
World leaders in wax: Kim Jong Il has finally made it
Better than the real thing? You be the judge.
Koreas begin new talks on Kaesong industrial zone
North and South Korea have renewed talks on reopening their jointly run Kaesong industrial zone, one of the last remaining symbols of cross-border reconciliation.
Koreas hold talks about reopening joint industrial complex
In unusual talks between the sparring nations, North and South Korea meet to discuss reopening joint industrial complex, closed since May.
North and South Korea agree to working-level talks on Kaesong industrial zone
South and North Korea agreed to hold working-level talks this weekend on restarting the shared Kaesong industrial zone.
Jailed in North Korea, US citizen Kenneth Bae asks for help
Sentenced to 15 years hard labor for what North Korea calls hostile acts against the state, Bae asked for Pyongyang to forgive him and called on Washington to help secure his freedom.
9 celebrities who accidentally performed for evil foreign tyrants
Jennifer Lopez may be sorry she sang for someone with a grave human rights record. But she is not alone.
China’s love affair with South Korea
South Korean President Park Geun Hye visits China. Here’s why China loves her.
Hackers claim to post details of US troops online in South Korea cyberattack
Hackers claim to have released the personal information of more than two million South Korean ruling party workers and 40,000 US troops.