Chad O’Carroll has written on North Korea since 2010 and writes between London and Seoul.
Quality of leaflet and print colors suggest it was sent recently, observer says
Siemens among firms reportedly contacted in order to obtain hardware for North Korea's flagship construction effort
Suspension of phone lines come amid North Korean anger over South Korea defector leaflet issue
Propaganda campaign follows revelation that Kim Yo Jong is first deputy director of United Front Department
Decision follows warning from Pyongyang on Thursday to stop launches of “anti-DPRK leaflets” into the North
Move reportedly linked to DPRK government's coronavirus-prevention measures
Instruction comes despite rules already in place to prevent DPRK nationals accessing web
Elon Musk's hotly-anticipated satellite net service could prove a game-changer for tech-savvy North Koreans, experts say
North Korean leader has not appeared in public since May 1
South Korean official admits that unilateral sanctions have "lost their effect"
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