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NORTH and South Korea have agreed to hold their first meeting in recent years at a truce village straddling their heavily armed border.
North and South Korea have agreed to hold their first meeting in recent years at a truce village straddling their heavily armed border. South Korea's Unification Ministry says Pyongyang agreed Saturday to Seoul's earlier proposal to hold talks Sunday
According to the South Korean Defense Ministry is not such launches unusual, but it is not clear whether the launch was intended as a test, or as part of a military exercise, writes Reuters. Two rockets were launched on Saturday
BigStock When I was born in 1970 my father was a flight surgeon with the U.S...One of the lessons that has stayed with me from my father's experience in the Air Force is how fighter pilots are taught to deal with crisis...Because it is a lesson that
The winter-wasted hills of South Korea in the spring of 2013 look little different to former chief warrant officer Ellory Faulkner than the war-scorched landscape he left behind nearly six decades ago. The view from observation post Sang Seung,
Have you ever wondered, imagined or even given a moments thought to what life as a North Korean citizen must be like? I have, as I recently discovered an insatiable appetite to learn about the secretive nation my mind has often drifted and
This strip of 2.5 kilometers wide ground is all that stands between about 1 million heavily armed soldiers were on both sides of the border between North Korea and South. The atmosphere inside the demilitarized zone (DMZ),
As my train from Beijing slowly traversed over an old iron bridge, I looked at the murky river below...On the other, the world's most isolated country -- North Korea. Soon, the first North Korean buildings appeared along with a small, abandoned
South Korea and the United States began annual military drills Monday The North is responding to the drills bythreating it will abrogate the 1953 Armistice Agreement and threatening a preemptive nuclear strike.
You're looking at an insane photo of South Korean soldiers in a building at the Joint Security Area of the Demilitarized Zone. When they open the door to the North, they hold hands to make sure they don't get pulled through , as seen in this