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Nearly 50 countries, global organizations condemn NK's latest missile provocation

Nearly 50 countries and global organizations have publicly condemned or objected to North Korea's latest missile provocation, pointing to globally shared concerns over Pyongyang's persistent advancem...

Updated : 2017.07.10 12:42

S. Korea mulling over resuming aid supply to NK via intl. organs

South Korea is considering resuming its humanitarian assistance to North Korea via international organizations as Seoul seeks to spur civilian inter-Korean exchanges, a government official said Monda...

Updated : 2017.07.10 11:50

N.Koreans striving to prevent possible flood damage

North Korea is busy bracing for possible floods after it has been struggling to fight drought damage in its western provinces, its news reports showed Monday. The country's northeastern areas were h...

Updated : 2017.07.10 09:36

N. Korean stalls sell videos of American animated films: report

North Korean stalls in Pyongyang dealing videos are selling American-made animated films, Radio Free Asia reported Sunday, citing the Russian Embassy in the North Korean capital. According to the Wa...

Updated : 2017.07.09 16:53

Trump talks heavier pressure on NK with China, Japan

Leaders of the US, China and Japan on Saturday put their heads together to “tackle the menace of North Korea,” following North Korea’s claim of a successful test-launch of an intercontinental ball...

Updated : 2017.07.09 16:30

S. Korean speaker calls for dialogue, tolerance for N. Korea

South Korea's parliamentary speaker on Sunday called for efforts to resume dialogue with North Korea, noting sanctions alone cannot ensure peace on the Korean Peninsula. "North Korea's continued mil...

Updated : 2017.07.09 13:35

N. Korea blasts US bomber exercise

North Korea blasted the United States on Sunday for its latest military exercise in South Korea that involved long-range strategic bombers, calling it a reckless provocation that may lead to an all-o...

Updated : 2017.07.09 11:06

Trump: 'Something has to be done about' N. Korea

US President Donald Trump said Saturday that "something has to be done" about North Korea as he held talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping days after the North's test-firing of an intercontinental ...

Updated : 2017.07.09 01:24

S. Korea's deficit in travel balance widens in May: BOK

South Korea's deficit in the tourism balance widened to hit a record high in May due to a sharp drop in foreign visitors, central bank data showed Saturday. The tourism balance of payment, referring...

Updated : 2017.07.08 13:19

US sends 2 B-1B bombers to S. Korea in warning against North's

Two US long-range strategic bombers flew over the peninsula for a joint drill with the South Korean Air Force, in a stern warning message against North Korea's latest missile launch, defense official...

Updated : 2017.07.08 13:07

N. Korean leader pays respects to founder on death anniv.

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un visited a memorial hall to pay tribute to the regime's late founder upon the 23rd anniversary of his death, its state-run media said Saturday. Kim Jong-un was at the ...

Updated : 2017.07.08 13:00

‘2 years as NK hostage bolstered my mission’

Kenneth Bae, 49, was locked up in North Korea for the longest period as a US citizen until then-Director of National Intelligence James Clapper came to his rescue in November 2014. His appalling two...

Updated : 2017.07.07 22:05

S. Korean president asks G20 leaders to help denuclearize N. Korea

South Korean President Moon Jae-in sought to rally support from other global leaders Friday in condemning North Korea for its recent missile provocation and ridding the communist state of its nuclear...

Updated : 2017.07.07 21:04

N. Korea hints at additional provocation

North Korea hinted Friday that it would continue to stage provocations against the United States, as Washington warns of punitive action for its recent test of an intercontinental ballistic missile (...

Updated : 2017.07.07 20:39

S. Korea, Japan agree to improve ties amid N. Korean missile provocation

The leaders of South Korea and Japan agreed Friday to improve the countries' relations, currently at a low ebb over history issues, while intensifying their joint efforts to resolve the North Korean ...

Updated : 2017.07.07 20:05