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Kim Jong Un Opens High-Tech Dolphinarium While North Korea Buckles Under Floods & Food Shortages

Floods render almost half a million North Koreans homeless, while the state opens sprawling waterpark.

U.S. denies N. Korea commando operation

U.S. denies North Korea commando operation

Soldiers stand in front of the podium with portraits of North Korea founder Kim Il-sung (L) and the late leader Kim Jong-il after a military parade to celebrate the centenary of the birth of Kim Il-sung in Pyongyang April REUTERS/Bobby Yip

The Long History of (Wrongly) Predicting North Korea's Collapse

The Long History of (Wrongly) Predicting North Korea's Collapse

Since the early Pyongyang-watchers have insisted the country's demise was just around the corner. That they've been so consistently wrong might say as much about the outside world as it does about North Korea.

North Korea promotes nuclear and missile chiefs as Kim Jong-un consolidates power before rocket launch

North Korea promotes nuclear and missile chiefs as Kim Jong-un consolidates power before rocket launch

Kim Jong-un, the new North Korean leader, has strenthened his grip on power by promoting heads of the regime’s nuclear and missile programmes to his inner circle.

North Korea's top brass commemorates Kim Jong Il's death

North Korea's top brass marks Kim Jong Il's death

On the second anniversary of the death of former North Korean leader, Kim Jong Il, the nation held a memorial in his honor, lauding his life and achievements.

As Clinton preps for Asia-Pacific tour, is North Korea capable of reform?

As Clinton preps for Asia-Pacific tour, is North Korea capable of reform?

Does North Korea’s Latest Tantrum Signal Internal Dispute?

Does North Korea’s Latest Tantrum Signal Internal Dispute?

North Korea, Asia

Analysts: North Korea talks follow well-worn path

Analysts: North Korea's diplomacy follows a well-worn path

North Korea's bipolar swings between nuclear provocation and fawning overtures for talks now form part of a familiar pattern.

South Korea, United States begin drills as North Korea threatens war and warns of scrapping armistice

S. Korea, U.S. begin drills as N. Korea threatens war

North Korea cut off a phone hot line to the South and "declared invalid" the Korean War armistice as the South Korean and U. militaries began Monday a second phase of their annual joint winter exercises.

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