The 20th annual Pyongyang International Film Festival reflects 'Dear Leader' Kim Jong Il's love of movies.
Empty streets and shops belie the image of success that a tightly controlled tour of Pyongyang tries to project.
He catches a glimpse of everyday life in the ‘hermit kingdom’ – sidewalk vendors, electric trollies, neighborhood shops – but also encounters the ever-watchful Pyongyang police.
The leader, who missed Tuesday's celebration of his country's 60th anniversary, has periodically been reported ill. But the speculation this time assumes greater urgency.
The New York Philharmonic played Thursday in Seoul. Can their Korea tour restart the dismantling of North's weapons program?