Latest North Korea news from NK News correspondents
Human surveillance units only reported two out of 10 incidents where cameras recorded a man crossing the border
Officials from both countries met in Bangkok last week, years after U.N. regulations put a halt to their budding trade
Cybersecurity agency aims to disrupt ongoing attacks against finance and energy sectors by DPRK-linked Lazarus Group
At least eight DPRK-flagged ships were active in Feb. 2021, as well as suspicious foreign-flagged ships
Friends and colleagues remember Elleman as a “great teacher” who once inspected missiles for the U.N.
Four defectors filed a criminal defamation complaint against minister Lee In-young on Monday
A workers’ base camp was recently removed from Pyongyang General Hospital-related construction grounds
U.S. Treasury says that BitPay allowed individuals in North Korea to make transactions, despite sanctions
The bill surfaces just days after a Seoul lawmaker argued with the NIS over whether North Koreans hacked Pfizer
Ri Ryong Nam's appointment hints at greater economic exchange between North Korea and China, experts say
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