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The UN Security Council has blacklisted the operator of a North Korean ship seized in July 2013 near the Panama Canal with Cuban weapons on board. The move means Pyongyang-based Ocean Maritime Management is now subject to an international asset
SEOUL - Hwang Byung - So, Director of the Political Bureau of the Army, and threatened a nuclear strike on the White House and the Pentagon after he accused Washington of raising military tensions on the Korean peninsula.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon deplored the recent missile launches by North Korea, urging it to work towards building mutual trust with its neighbours. "The secretary-general deplores the continued missile launches conducted by the North Korea,"
EDT, Sat July 12, 2014 Seoul, South Korea (CNN) -- North Korea fired two short-range missiles early Sunday towards waters east of the Korean Peninsula, the latest such launch in the tense region, a South Korean official said.
North Korea launched the missiles, presumed to be Scuds, from a site in Hwanghae province in a northeasterly direction at 4 a.m. and 4.20 a.m., Xinhua reported citing South Korea's joint chiefs of staff. Hwanghae province is located in North Korea's
UN coordinator says sanctions obstruct humanitarian aids to DPRK PYONGYANG, July 7 (Xinhua) -- A UN representative in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) said that further sanctions against the country since 2013 have created
The United States offered a tacit approval Thursday to Tokyo's easing of some sanctions on North Korea, saying it can understand Japan's efforts to resolve abductions of its nationals. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said his government will
Japan relations through negotiation can be conducive to regional peace and stability," Hong said.
North Korea on Wednesday fired two short-range missiles into waters off its East Coast, a day after South Korea rejected its proposals to reduce tensions, including the abolition of annual military exercises between Seoul and Washington.
A UN spokesperson reiterated on Monday that Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon believes there can only be a peaceful solution through the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, calling for resumption of talks, according to Xinhua. UN spokesman Stephane