The demolition happened Thursday at the site deep in the mountains of the North’s sparsely populated northeast.
CNN has reached out to China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs but has not yet received a response on this matter.
President says he believes Kim is ‘serious’ about denuclearization but acknowledges: ‘It may not work out for June 12’
KIM Jong-un’s regime is in more trouble than we realise and “will not survive” unless he pulls off the seemingly impossible.
THE President confessed he was in the dark as Pyongyang said it might pull out of the much-vaunted summit between the two leaders.
North Korea has said it may pull out of a summit with US President Donald Trump if the US insists it gives up its nuclear weapons.
NORTH Korea is refusing to go to a high-level summit with South Korea and says it may cancel its meeting with the US over American military drills.
North Korea will destroy its nuclear test site later this month, ahead of a summit with the United States, it said Saturday, pledging to blow up its tunnels in front of invited foreign media.
The head of the UN's World Food Programme (WFP) believes there is a "sense of optimism" among North Korea's leaders after enjoying what he said was unprecedented access to the country.
On the flight back from North Korea, Pompeo told reporters that the location and time of the summit had been agreed, but said details would be forthcoming in the next few days.
Former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has scored a historic victory in the country's general election.
North Korea has freed three US citizens from prison, according to a tweet from US President Donald Trump.
WITH just weeks to go before Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un will hold their first-ever summit, Pyongyang takes aim at the US.
French President Emmanuel Macron committed a rather delicious faux pas on Wednesday that left his Australian audience scratching their heads.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says there is a "real opportunity" for a deal when President Trump meets the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
Late Saturday, U.S. President Donald Trump told Moon in a phone call that he was pleased the leaders of the two Koreas reaffirmed the goal of complete denuclearization during their summit, Seoul officials said on Sunday.
After stepping across the border, Kim Jong-un invited his rival to cross the heavily-armed border with him before they returned to the southern side for talks on North Korea’s nuclear weapons.
Their dramatic meeting comes weeks before Kim is due to meet U.S. President Donald Trump in what would be the first ever meeting between sitting leaders of the two countries.
With a single step, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un made history Friday by crossing over the world's most heavily armed border to greet his rival, South Korean President Moon Jae-in, for talks on North Korea's nuclear weapons.
Kim Jong-un is set to become the first North Korean leader to cross into South Korean territory since the end of the Korean War in 1953, as final details are put in place for the summit.