Americans Kenneth Bae and Matthew Miller landed in Washington state after their sudden release from North Korean prisons.
Neighbors have seized the chance to get a glimpse inside the embassy, which is hosting an art exhibition.
Statistics via Cornell University School of Law and Amnesty International. Numbers are state executions in 2013.
Cancel those plans to visit Pyongyang.
Jeffrey Edward Fowle landed in Ohio early Wednesday morning. He was released after five months of captivity yesterday.
You might find this rather surprising.
You might have thought he disappeared, but he was actually pretty damn busy.
Several photos released Tuesday show the North Korean leader using a cane to walk. Reports said last month that Kim may have broken both of his ankles.
The two nations exchanged machine-gun fire across the border Friday after North Korea shot at balloons carrying anti-Pyongyang propaganda leaflets. The incident came as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was absent from a key anniversary ceremony.
Leader Kim Jong Un hasn’t been seen for weeks. His sister might be in charge? Or the military? What’s going on?
The North Korean leader reportedly underwent surgery this month after fracturing both of his ankles, and is recovering in a hospital.
Matthew Todd Miller entered North Korea in April using a tourist visa and then demanded asylum from the isolated communist nation. He was convicted of committing “hostile acts” against the People’s Republic.
And now we wait for him to sign up to Instagram.
CNN spoke to Kenneth Bae, Matthew Todd Miller and Jeffrey Edward Fowle at a hotel in Pyongyang
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un points at the rocket launch while triumphant military music plays in the background.
A rare glimpse inside the secretive, dictator-led country at what is probably the world’s most mysterious city.
A world with unicorns, no traffic lights, and a happy American veteran.
“If the United States administration tacitly approves or supports the release of this film, we will take a decisive and merciless countermeasure.”
“Do not trust stupid Americans!” Plus: the trailer!
A 56-year-old Ohio man who traveled to North Korea in late April reportedly was detained after leaving behind a Bible.
Russia and North Korea: BFF.
Dennis Rodman told DuJour magazine he has visited North Korea six times since February 2013. He describes the isolated country as “nothing like you’ve seen over here. Not even close.”
Plus the Tetris diet, one major first-impression mistake you could be making, and Dennis Rodman chats about his adventures in North Korea.
Video released on Monday by the South Korean Coast Guard shows what appears to be 69-year-old Captain Lee Joon-seok abandoning the sinking ferry before other passengers.
North Korea permitted foreigners to participate in their annual marathon for the first time this year.
Military tests and heated rhetoric escalated into an exchange of fire between the two Koreas on Monday.
There are reports that Kim Jong-un is requiring all North Korean males to get his signature cut.
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“If I put anyone in harm’s way, I apologize,” a tearful Rodman tells ESPN.