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Meet North Korea’s most powerful woman, Kim Yo Jong: Kim Jong Un’s 30-ish sister who was just spotted for the first time in 52 days
Kim Yo Jong, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's sister, was seen Monday at a propaganda event beside her brother and his wife.
Kim Jong Un’s mysterious sister, who helps him govern but was rumored to have fallen from favor, just appeared next to him at a major event
North Korea's state media showed Kim Yo Jong beside Kim Jong Un at the Mass Games at Pyongyang. She had missed many high-profile events since April.
Mike Pompeo says the US investigating if Kim Jong Un executed a North Korean official after his summit with Trump
South Korea's Chosun Ilbo reported that Kim Hyok Chol, North Korea's special envoy to the US, was executed after the US-North Korea summit collapsed.
Kim Jong Un’s ‘princess’ sister was mysteriously absent from his side at North Korea’s summit with Putin, further fueling rumo...
Rumors had been swirling that Kim Yo Jong, North Korea's most powerful woman, had fallen from favor after she was excluded from top party meetings.
North and South Korea’s peace process takes a major backward step as Pyongyang pulls out of DMZ liaison office
Analysts say North Korea withdrew from the office because South Korea did not show enough influence as a mediator between Pyongyang and Washington.
Kim Jong Un returned to a hero’s welcome in North Korea after a 2-day, 2,000-mile train ride home from his summit with Trump
The North Korean leader arrived in Pyongyang at 3 a.m. Tuesday and walked down a long red carpet flanked by soldiers and cheering citizens.
North Korean media praised the "extraordinary" and "successful" summit, and didn't mention that it ended early.
‘Why shouldn’t I like him?’ Trump piled praise on Kim Jong Un in his first interview since their summit collapsed
The president in an interview with Sean Hannity Thursday night described the North Korean leader as a "real leader."
North Korea's foreign minister said his government did not ask for full easing of sanctions, contradicting President Donald Trump's statements.
The nuclear summit was cut short on Thursday when the two nations couldn't agree to terms.