North Korean officials have banned overseas participants from April's Mangyongdae Prize Marathon, meaning only locals will be running
Photographs released by North Korea's Central News Agency (KCNA) appear to show its leader observing a Pyongyang building project from a private luxury jet
To mark the birth of late dictator Kim Jong Il, North Korea will stage a military parade, patriotic chants, dance exhibitions and other activities in Pyongyang
North Korea is reportedly closing its borders to international tourists starting Friday due to Ebola concerns
American citizen Matthew Todd Miller has been convicted of committing "acts hostile" to North Korea
Photographer Eric Lafforgue's inside look into the secretive state
Visiting the DPRK is easy these days, so long as you don't forget to play by their rules
Family believes man's military service during the Korean War may be related to his detention
Kim Jong-un, the Mass Games, the world's tallest unoccupied building -- what else do you know about North Korea's capital?
The 60th anniversary of the end of hostilities in the Korean War means North Korea has gone all out for this year's Arirang festival
Record number of foreign visitors expected to attend 120,000-strong Arirang Festival, which kicks off today
A popular day trip destination for Chinese tourists, Sinuiju is opening its arms to visitors. Sorry, no U.S., South Korean or Japanese passport holders allowed
The reclusive state opens up to U.S. travellers -- but when to go, and what to expect?
Visiting the capital Pyongyang is a surreal experience. Many visitors don’t know what to believe
The tallest unoccupied building in the world will remain just that, as Kempinski declares entry "not currently possible"
They sing, dance, serve mediocre fare and are clueless about the outside world. We meet one restaurant's North Korean staff
How Yong-Hi Yang lives, and struggles, with her North Korean identity in Japan