Defense ministry says crew voiced desire to return after fishing boat crossed sea border due to mechanical problem
DPRK coast guard, fishing vessels crossed the inter-Korean maritime border near South Korea’s Baengnyeong
Washington reiterates call for dialogue after DPRK claimed to test satellite systems over the weekend
Pyongyang likely welcomes conflict that creates problems for the US or the West, experts say
Experts say Beijing’s support for Russia and DPRK reflects a shared stance against ‘Western aggression’
US president omits DPRK from State of the Union speech as Russian invasion blocks out other considerations
In interview with NK News, former national security advisor and foreign policy hawk says ‘diplomatic option’ has failed
Washington recently said it will take steps to reassure allies following record-setting month of DPRK missile tests
Washington may be considering additional sanctions after DPRK test-fired most powerful weapon since 2017, expert says
DPRK tells World Health Organization it tested an additional 1,436 people from Jan. 7-20
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