"A remarkable woman who got remarkable stories" - the BBC's director general Tony Hall joins many others in paying tribute to the life and work of Sue Lloyd-Roberts, who has died of cancer.
North Korea fires on a South Korean loudspeaker, which has been broadcasting anti-Pyongyang propaganda across the border.
North Korea's football association benefited from $100,000 in payments made by the disgraced former Fifa presidential candidate Mohammed Bin Hammam, Channel 4 News has learned.
Did Kim Jong-un really execute a minister with an anti-aircraft gun? How do we separate fact from fiction with a secretive state like North Korea?
The downfall of the defence minister fuels international concern about the stability of North Korea under Kim Jong-un, as he apparently continues a ruthless purge of his father's top cronies.
North Korea's defence minister has reportedly been executed. Hyon Yong Chol was killed with an anti-aircraft gun for crimes including disobeying Kim Jong-un and falling asleep during a military event.
North Korea makes a key step in its nuclear weapons programme by launching a ballistic missile from a submarine - the latest in a list of actions to anger and worry the international community.
The US ambassador to South Korea says he is "doing well", after being slashed with a razor by a political extremist at a function in Seoul where he was to give a lecture.
North Korea releases 310 slogans to mark the anniversary of its "liberation", including "We serve the people" - ironic, perhaps, in a country where torture, starvation and executions are commonplace.