North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has redeemed the honor of six senior state officials who had been purged under the late Kim Jong Il administration, it has been learned. Sources close to the leadership of the Workers' Party of Korea (WPK) have told the Mainichi that Kim Jong Un nullified the purges of at least six senior officials with government institutions in February, after having investigative groups review the legitimacy of their liquidation and concluding that there were no reasons to purge them.
North Korea's youthful leader, Kim Jong Un, has married a woman identified as Ri Sol-Ju, North Korean state TV reported Wednesday, according to South Korea's Unification Ministry. Recently the leader had been seen alongside a "myste... Read Post
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) -- North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was named to what appears to be a top post in the ruling Workers' Party at a special political conference Wednesday, while his late father was declared its "eternal" gen... Read Post