Kim Yo Jong
According to the South Korean National Intelligence Service, there has been a partial authority handover, but Kim Jong Un remains to be the Supreme Leader.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he's “very hopeful” about resuming nuclear talks with North Korea. North Korea says no thanks.
South Korea Threatens Stiff Action Against Cross-Border Propagandists After Outcry From North Over Leaflets
The president's office warned that the time-honored practice of scattering anti-North Korea messages across the border would no longer be tolerated.
North Korea seems to be making good on its threat to cut all ties with its neighbor.
"It is not 100% certain, but I can say the possibility is 99%. North Korea is believed to be grappling with a complicated succession issue.”
Little is known about the 32-year-old, who is Kim Jong Un's closest aide. Could she become the next Supreme Leader?
Kim Yo Jong is currently under U.S. sanctions for human rights abuses.
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She was blacklisted by the U.S. Treasury last year for human rights abuses and censorship.
After remaining out of sight for about six weeks, Kim Jong-un is back in the public eye according to state media. But that doesn't mean he's back in charge.
A delegation of seven top officials from North Korea attended the closing ceremony of the Asian Games, an unexpected visit that came amid intense speculation about the health of dictator Kim Jong-un.