Investigators say administration covered up facts about 2020 death of Lee Dae-jun, recommending disciplinary action
Barbed-wire fencing and surveillance towers underscore continuing efforts to limit cross-border movement on both sides
Locals tell NK News physicians provide good care, but experts stress sanctions forbid DPRK nationals from working abroad
Australia set to follow suit with own designations, which expert says seek to make up for lack of UNSC action
Unification ministry reasserts policy of allowing money transfers on humanitarian grounds, says legal action ‘uncommon’
Defector leader says probes have caused confusion among escapees, who have long been able to send funds through brokers
Photos by ROK military and NK News show restoration of guard posts, days after DPRK scrapped military deal with South
Human rights group says it has detailed command structure of two ministries in bid to help determine criminal liability
Multiple groups report that they’ve struggled to reach contacts and deliver aid as DPRK prioritizes self-reliance
Jingsh say it will support foreign investment and acquisitions, years after UN sanctions drove out other law firms
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