Seventy-foot long structure is biggest find so far, but most debris is expected over next two years
Kiwi defender Anna Harrison unveils radical new lifting move to thwart Aussies
Public attack on officials at Mangyongdae Funfair designed to 'spook' Communist establishment
Damp squib provokes international condemnation and domestic embarrassment for young leader
A day after elections, it is hoped more realistic exchange rate will encourage investment
Party of democracy icon believes it has won all the seats it contested in by-elections
Monarch travelled round his Pacific kingdom in a London cab wearing spurs and a sword
Parents of Azaria Chamberlain hope that fourth inquest will confirm baby was taken by dingo
Great Successor Kim Jong-un leads tributes to Dear Leader who would have been 70 today
Journalist Hamza Kashgari could faces execution if found guilty of blasphemy in Saudi Arabia
New York Times report puts treatment of Apple's Chinese factory workers in the spotlight
Australia Day turns sour as politicians are trapped in Canberra restaurant (with video)
China could be grooming exiled Kim Jong-nam as next ruler in case his brother's regime fails
Move could pave the way for the West to lift sanctions on new civilian government
Scientists reassure public that evolution of deadly Jaws-like 'mega-sharks' is unlikely
When the late Dear Leader had a stroke three years ago, only a French neurosurgeon would do
Oddball North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il will be missed for his quirks if nothing else...
Everything you need to know about the islands the young royals will visit next year
If we can’t understand the Nazis and the Holocaust, how can we comprehend Cambodia’s atrocities?
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