Mark Lowcock estimates more than 10 million North Koreans are undernourished, while stressing that humanitarian aid is allowed despite international sanctions on Pyongyang.
With US-North Korea summit approaching, Donald Trump and Moon Jae-in need to coordinate their approaches toward the North to avoid disappointments, according to experts.
Diplomat says his country ‘will never give up nuclear weapons’ until US, entire world do so.
South Korea’s foreign ministry estimates North Korea has dispatched about 50,000 laborers to 40 countries, generating about $2 billion a year for country.
Paris-based group remains concerned by failure to address 'significant deficiencies in its anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism regime'.
North unilaterally announces wage hike for its workers employed by South Korean firms; Seoul says that's not allowable.
Pyongyang has begun aggressive campaign to cope with mounting international pressure over its treatment of its citizens.
Issue has drawn little attention in Congress, in part because of Washington-Pyongyang friction over cyberattack on Sony Pictures.