Seungmock Oh was an NK News correspondent based in Seoul.
But drought has led to an estimated food shortage of about 458,000 tons in the last year
Scholar says ban on sale of fishing rights could reduce Chinese overfishing in DPRK waters
The increase took place despite strict sanctions on the DPRK
In announcement, Ministry of Foreign Affairs cites violations of recently adopted UN resolution
Delay comes as UN Security Council gets ready to vote on major new sanctions package
The two men were found in a small wooden boat 100 km from Dokdo, Seoul says
Vessels named in proposal accused of evading sanctions by "illegal ship-to-ship transfers"
Rodong Sinmun editorial says North is not interested in Rex Tillerson's suggestion
White House insists that President's views on DPRK remain unchanged, however
Kim Jong Un emphasizes saving resources amid energy price increases in 2017
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