Student was said to have tried crossing into North from China border river
The two countries were once as close as lips and teeth, but Beijing is increasingly wary of Pyongyang and Kim Jong Un
“Climbing Mt. Paektu provides precious mental pabulum more powerful than any kind of nuclear weapon,” said a state media report.
The walk is a call for reunification of the two Koreas
Stunt planned for late March could raise tensions between the two countries
The country had virtually sealed its borders in late October and imposed strict travel bans in response to the Ebola epidemic
State media in Pyongyang applauded the knife attack on Mark Lippert
Reverend Hyeon Soo Lim had previously traveled to North Korea on many occasions without incident
Regime reportedly cites Ebola as a concern
North Korea says it will respond "very strongly" to Tuesday's conference in D.C. on its human-rights abuses
"North Korea is going to hack a comedy, a movie that is really nothing? I can’t see that happening"
Hackers "got sloppy" and mistakenly sent messages that could be traced
The comedian says she has every right to make fun of the country and its leadership
Billed as the "first aspect" of the Obama Administration's response
Growing evidence suggests it was not North Korea.
The failure comes after the hack on Sony which has been linked to the rogue state by the U.S. government
The briefness of the outage suggests that the attack on North Korea's Internet was not state-sponsored, an analyst says
And 4 reasons it might have been somebody else
Fallout prompted studio to pull The Interview
North Korea's UN representative decried CIA interrogations as "the gravest human rights violations in the world."