Why a North Korean defector lives in fear for his life
02 October 2017 | 1:00 pm
North Korea has a long history of ordering killings to silence its opponents. DW meets with defector and pro-democracy activist Park Sang Hak, who fled the regime and says his life is still in danger.
6 May 2021
The White House says Joe Biden is aiming for a realistic approach towards North Korea's denuclearization rather than his predecessor's "grand bargain" strategy.
3 May 2021
North Korea has warned Washington will face "a very grave situation'' over President Joe Biden's "big blunder" of calling Pyongyang a security threat.
25 May 2021
US President Joe Biden has said he's "under no illusions" about the difficulty of getting North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons.
1 Jun 2021
North Korea's elite university brags of alleged partnerships with Western institutes, including two German ones. Those, however, bristle at the notion of partnership. DW investigates.
31 May 2021
North Korean state media has blasted the US decision to permit South Korea to develop unlimited range missiles, calling it evidence of a "hostile" US policy towards Pyongyang.
16 Jun 2021
Kim has said extreme weather, the coronavirus pandemic and being cut off from Chinese trade could lead to another food crisis in North Korea.
20 Jun 2021
The North Korean leader didn't rule out the possibility of entering into dialogue with Washington but said his country should be more prepared to have an adversarial relationship with the Joe Biden administration.
27 Jun 2021
Pyongyang has told the World Health Organization that it has yet to find a single coronavirus infection. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to arrest people who refuse a vaccine.
1 Jul 2021
The North Korean leader said failures during the pandemic and a "grave incident" had threatened the safety of the people. Elsewhere, Romania is selling off excess vaccines. Follow DW for the latest.
13 Aug 2021
Heavy rain and flooding in provinces along North Korea's east coat have inundated wide swathes of farmland as the impoverished country organizes relief efforts.
3 Sep 2021
North Korea appears to have restarted activities at its main plutonium-producing reactor in Yongbyon, the UN atomic agency, IAEA, has said in an annual report. The apparent resumption of operations comes as Pyongyang has been voicing threats to expand its nuclear arsenal amid continued tensions with the United States.
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