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July 22, 2017

U.S. State Department confirms travel ban to North Korea

U.S. State Department confirms travel ban to North Korea

21 July 2017 Last updated at 12:59 GMT

Latvia fines two banks for circumventing N. Korea sanctions
July 21 BY Leo Byrne

Latvia fines two banks for circumventing N. Korea sanctions

Latvia's Financial and Capital Market Commission (FCMC) has fined two local bank...

UN Special Rapporteur reports “inconsistencies” in restaurant defection case
July 21 BY Dagyum Ji

UN Special Rapporteur reports “inconsistencies” in restaurant defection case

The UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the DPRK on Friday...

North Korean nuke issue
July 21 BY Dagyum Ji

North Korean nuke issue “is not in the hands of China”: DPRK media

North Korean state media said on Friday that China does not hold the key to reso...

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  Analysis 21 July
By Nazanin Bagherzadeh

Helping hand: Humanitarian aid in North Korea, short and long term

  Analysis 20 July
By Anthony V. Rinna

Pipe dream? Why Russia wants inter-Korean economic cooperation

  Analysis 17 July
By Justin Rohrlich

Revealed: Secretive Singapore company behind Pyongyang’s luxury goods stores

  Analysis 17 July
By Tristan Webb

Kim Jong Un's June appearances: cruise missiles, but more belt-tightening ahead

  Analysis 13 July
By Jonathan R. Corrado

The G20 summit: What progress was made on North Korea?

  Analysis 12 July
By Nazanin Bagherzadeh

Can aid workers in North Korea help improve local human rights?

  Analysis 11 July
By Adam Cathcart

Stirring the pot? Shen Zhihua's controversial speech and DPRK-China relations

  Analysis 11 July
By JH Ahn

Photos reveal ongoing work on residential high-rise project near Kim Il Sung Square
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