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North Korea state TV airs South Korea’s lopsided World Cup loss to Brazil
Decision to air Red Devils’ elimination from premier soccer tournament reflects Pyongyang’s ‘pettiness,’ expert says
Ask a North Korean: What are the most popular university majors?
Most North Koreans have little choice over their course of study, unless they can pay hefty bribes
Olympics to lift ban on North Korea’s participation ahead of 2024 Paris Games
Despite decision, the DPRK has given no signs that it will lift COVID border controls to allow its athletes to join
International affairs: How North Korean films portray cross-cultural romance
North Korea remains an ethnocentric state in which a person of non-Korean blood can never be an equal member of society
What if North Korea hosts the World Cup?
The country already has a number of large stadiums but would need South Korean help to overhaul its infrastructure
More new smartphone designs appear in North Korea in sign of trade rebound
State media footage also suggests Kim Yo Jong and other Kim family members use imported smartphone models
From frontline to online: An ex-North Korean soldier’s path to YouTube stardom
Jung Haneul made rare escape across DMZ after seeing ‘injustices’ in the DPRK, and now shares his story with the world
Pyongyang chronicles: Why the DPRK is no fan of ‘The Lord of the Rings’
All education must be revolutionary, and Kim Il Sung University instructors had no time for fantasies of Middle Earth
Ask a North Korean: What do you miss about living in North Korea?
Atomization in South Korea makes it difficult to express one's feelings, whereas people in the DPRK say what they think
North Korean secret police hold five-day meeting on internal security challenges
In brief report, state media says security organs tackled ongoing problem of ‘anti-socialist’ acts across country