The estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has been murdered in Malaysia, a South Korean government source said on Tuesday.
Pyongyang’s traffic police are held to high standards by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, who personally chooses only the most tall and beautiful women to patrol traffic in the city.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un controls his repressive regime’s political prison camps through a political chain of command comprised of entities of the Workers’ Party of Korea, according to a new analysis by a human rights expert.
Chinese websites have blocked the term “Kim Fatty the Third,” a disparaging nickname for North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, after government officials in Pyongyang requested that China stop calling him fat.
North Korean ministers have made a state request to officials in China begging them to stop referring to their “glorious leader” Kim Jong-un as “Kim Fatty III,” according to the Sun.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may fire an intermediate-range ballistic missile on Tuesday to warn President Obama’s successor that Pyongyang will continue its nuclear and missile development programs regardless of international sanctions, South Korean military officials said Monday.
The North Korean regime of Kim Jong-un is spending hundreds of millions of dollars to develop nuclear weapons and missiles at the same time the government is begging international aid groups to provide flood relief.
North Korea warned Monday that it would launch a preemptive nuclear attack against the U.S. and South Korea if they showed the “slightest sign of aggression” toward Pyongyang while conducting their annual military drills.
North Korea said Thursday that U.S. sanctions against its leader Kim Jong Un crossed a “red line” and effectively marked a declaration of war.