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NK News journalists and contributors discuss North Korea’s nighttime military parade, cruise missile tests and more
Shamans and fortune-tellers continue to operate in North Korea despite crackdowns and punishments
Washington will be best served by proactive communication with key players in North Korea
Ending the Trump-era travel ban would have been consistent with many stated US goals, despite some diplomatic risks
World Health Organization says DPRK tested 683 more people as Kim Jong Un stresses tighter epidemic prevention
The nongovernmental organization has long documented human rights abuses inside the DPRK
As Michael Spavor marks 1,000 days in a Chinese prison, Kevin Garratt shares about his detention at the same facility
Expert says North Koreans defect near Baishan, as city officials offer rewards for reporting foreigners
An analytical look at the main developments from August 1, 2021 to August 31, 2021
DPRK loggers earned exorbitant salaries for decades, and many North Koreans still seek to strike it rich abroad
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