Donald Trump claims report on North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's illness incorrect and based on old documents
Donald Trump had said on Tuesday that he might contact North Korean officials to inquire about Kim but gave no indication on Thursday he had done so.
Speculation over Kim Jong-un's health isn't a foreign conspiracy, it's fuelled by North Korea's own secrecy
Kim, 36, last appeared publicly in the North’s state media April 11, when he presided over a meeting of the Politburo of the ruling Workers’ Party. It is not unusual for senior North Korean leaders to stay out of public view for weeks at a time
North Korea changes Constitution to solidify Kim Jong-un’s role as Head of State, says State-owned media outlet KCNA
North Korea’s parliament has approved changes to the country’s constitution to solidify leader Kim Jong-un’s role as head of state, official state media said on Thursday
Kim Jong-un meet with Vladimir Putin: With deadlock over US nuke talks, North Korea ready to revive links with Russia to counterbalance China
North Korea's Kim Jong-un is looking to revive Russia links by meeting Vladimit Putin, with nuclear negotiations with the US deadlocked and as he seeks a counterbalance to China.
North Korea parades troops, artillery to mark 70th anniversary as nation in Pyongyang; Kim Jong-un, Chinese envoy attend
North Korea staged a huge military parade on 9 September to mark its 70th anniversary as a nation.
North Korea prepares to mark 70 years of its foundation; analysts say country may not display latest military hardware
North Korea is preparing to celebrate its 70th foundation day. 'Mass Games' are expected to return after five years but analysts say that the nation may not display weapons during its military parades.
Kim Il-sung's 106th birth anniversary: Thousands of North Koreans pay tribute to country's founder near Pyongyang
Thousands of North Korean devotees laid flowers before statues of the country's founder Kim Il-sung on Sunday on the anniversary of his birth
As Vladimir Putin's election win promises quarter-century as head of State, here are the world's longest-serving leaders
Vladimir Putin won Russia's presidential election on Sunday, giving him a fourth term that will take him to nearly a quarter-century as the head of state or government
Cybersecurity company claims that it has found a software which sends mined cryptocurrency to a North Korean university
Others have flagged increasing signs of North Korean interest in cryptocurrencies and underlying blockchain technology.
North Koreans pay tribute to Kim Jong II on his sixth death anniversary, march towards Mansu hill monument
Thousands of North Koreans march to Pyongyang's Mansu hill to pay tribute to Kim Jong II on his sixth death anniversary
Jayalalithaa named AIADMK eternal general secretary: Here are some similarly impressive titles given to leaders
On Tuesday, the AIADMK announced that J Jayalalithaa would granted title of "eternal general secretary" of AIADMK.
North Korea paraded its intercontinental ballistic missiles on Saturday in a massive military display in central Pyongyang, with ruler Kim Jong-un looking on with delight.
North Korea began three days of official mourning on Monday for late Cuban leader Fidel Castro, remembering him as a "close friend" and heroic ally in a joint struggle against the US aggression.
North Korea's holds its first congress of the country's ruling Workers' Party in 36 years
North Korea tried and failed to test-fire what appeared to be a medium-range Musudan missile on the birthday of founding leader Kim Il-Sung.
North Korea has been making preparations to launch mid-range ballistic missiles, possibly to mark the birthday of the country's late founding president tomorrow, South Korean media reported.
North Korea were welcomed to the Asian Games on Thursday to the strains of "Gangnam Style", their athletes and officials gave a polite smile but put up a wall of stony silence in return.
This was a rare display of weakness in a country where leaders are portrayed as semi-divine and where state media is highly choreographed
On late Saturday, her name appeared in a state media dispatch alongside top officials in a funeral committee for fellow senior Workers' Party official Kim Kuk Thae, who died on Friday.
State media said the Supreme Command of the Korean People's Army issued an ultimatum demanding an apology from South Korea for "hostile acts" and threatening that unspecified retaliatory actions would happen at any time.