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US Vice-President Joe Biden at the Observation Post Ouellette during a tour of the Demilitarised Zone (DMZ), near the border village of Panmunjom, which has separated the two Koreas since the Korean War, yesterday. An 85-year-old retired American
North Korea on Wednesday slammed the United States for blocking denuclearisation talks with "absurd preconditions" that would only prompt Pyongyang to bolster its nuclear deterrent capacity. Foreign Ministry spokesman said Pyongyang's search for a "
Jean Chung for The New York Times Ra Jong-yil, a former deputy director of South Korean intelligence, has written a book about the grim fate of a North Korean agent. United Press International Kang Min-chul in 1983, after confessing to a plot to kill
Thu November 21, 2013 (CNN) -- An 85-year-old American man on an organized tour of North Korea was pulled off a plane in Pyongyang just minutes before it was to depart, the man's son told CNN on Wednesday. The family has had no contact with Merrill
South Korean humanitarian aid to North Korea, including money given to international groups, has totaled $16.7 million so far this year, the government said. The aid amount is up 26 percent from last year, although tensions between the two Koreas
The middle-aged tourists that come here like buying the clothes for their kids," Cho Hyang Hwa, an ethnic Korean Chinese citizen working at the shop, said. Not far from barbed wire fences and rifle-wielding soldiers, children scream in delight while
North Korea A North Korean naval vessel sank last month, killing an unspecified number of officers and sailors, according to North and South Korean media. The North's official Korean Central News Agency provided few concrete details, and there was
North Korea has revealed that one of its warships sank last month, killing a number of sailors, in a rare admission of military failure. State media reported a visit by leader Kim Jong-un to a naval cemetery for the crew of "submarine chaser No 233".
South Korean President Park Geun-hye has dismissed any chance of a summit with the Japanese prime minister unless Japan apologizes for its World War II record. Japan is "a very important partner with whom we have to work and I hope we can look
If the international community's main goal is to push North Korea towards denuclearisation, does the fact that Pyongyang is racing in precisely the opposite direction suggest a fundamental policy failure? The question has taken on added urgency