North Korea says no need for talks with US
North Korea does "not feel any need" to resume talks with Washington, a senior diplomat for the country said Saturday, days after Seoul called for a summit as it seeks improved ties with Pyongyang.
Kim signals North Korea to keep border closed
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un warned against the "hasty" relaxation of anti-coronavirus measures, state media reported Friday, indicating the country will keep its borders closed for the forseeable future.
North Korea's Kim suspends military plans against South: KCNA
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has suspended plans for military action against the South, state media reported Wednesday, in an apparent sudden dialling down of tensions after Pyongyang blew up a liaison office.
North Korean defectors launch anti-Pyongyang balloons
Balloons carrying anti-Pyongyang leaflets were launched towards North Korea, a defector-led activist group said Tuesday, a move likely to provoke fury north of the border.
North Korea vows to step up border military activities
North Korea threatened Wednesday to bolster its military presence at now-shuttered inter-Korean project sites and rebuild guard posts in the Demilitarized Zone, a day after it blew up its liaison office with Seoul, sharply raising tensions on the peninsula.
Kim Yo Jong: North Korean leader's increasingly powerful sister
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un 's sister warned at the weekend that a Korean liaison office would soon be seen "completely collapsed". On Tuesday, Pyongyang reduced it to rubble.
North Korea discusses new policies for increasing 'nuclear war deterrence'
North Korea discussed new policies for increasing its "nuclear war deterrence" during a military meeting presided...
North Korea lashes South as Kim praises China's Xi
North Korea condemned the South Friday for holding military drills, saying the situation was returning to before the diplomatic rapprochement of 2018, as leader Kim Jong Un -- whose health was the subject of intense speculation in recent weeks -- reached out to traditional ally Beijing.