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
First-of-its-kind installation in Seoul uses interactive storytelling to raise awareness about DPRK human rights
NIS says it’s committed to protecting human rights of escapees, but activist tells NK News agency is not doing enough
Human Rights Committee calls for legal protections for defectors facing investigation to prevent forced repatriation
Moscow tells UN Panel of Experts that two men were completing ‘industrial work experience,’ denying breach of sanctions
Ministry says incident in East Sea highlights need to restore communications that have been defunct since April
Historic ruling awards damages to four victims who migrated to DPRK from Japan under ‘Paradise on Earth’ campaign
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