At dinner with @moonriver365 in ROK, @IvankaTrump says she's there to "reaffirm our commitment to our maximum pressure campaign to ensure that the Korean Peninsula is denuclearized"
Ivanka Trump says is in Seoul to reaffirm commitment to maximum pressure on North Korea
Koreas president Moon says North Korean participation in Olympics helping ease tension
Russian bobsledder Nadezhda Sergeeva tests positive for banned heart drug - Russian Bobsleigh Federation
Two men arrested after several bullets were fired at the Tokyo headquarters of a group linked to North Korea, a police spokesman and media say
We have similar thoughts when it comes to the situation in North Korea and Maldives: Indian PM Modi at press statement with Canadian PM Justin Trudeau
Two Koreas to hold talks next Tuesday over North Koreas participation in Paralympics
South Korea to deepen military ties with Switzerland, Latvia
Trump to announce new sanctions against North Korea; South Korea preps for talks with North
China January trade with North Korea falls to lowest since at least June 2014
Koreas main opposition party rallies against planned visit by North Korea official accused of sinking Cheonan
KCNA: "Nevertheless, Japan recently keeps harping on 'championing women's empowerment' deceitfully in the international arenas including the UN. What is worse, it impudently seeks to cover up its past crime by paying a trivial sum of money."
KCNA: "That is because Japan is the most despicable and audacious country in the world, whichforced hundreds of thousands of women from Koreainto the humiliating sexual slavery and neither felt the slightest remorse nor reflected on its past for over a century."
KCNA: "When people come up with the words 'sexual slavery', they call to mind a country, called Japan."
Pence: North Korea leader's sister is a 'central pillar' of oppressive government
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DPRK UN Mission, angered by @antonioguterres remarks, accuses the Secretary-General of engaging in "absurd sophistry" and "only make us to think whether he is a kind of henchman who is representing the United States."
KCNA: "Good results were also made in football, table-tennis, handball and other events. Meanwhile, the Taesongsan Sports Team finished first in the ice hockey game held at the sports village of the area of Mt Paektu in Samjiyon County, Ryanggang Province."
KCNA: "They are bringing together more than 3500 athletes from across the country. The athletes are competing in 11 events, including football, basketball, volleyball and speed skating."
KCNA: "The Paektusan Prize Sports Games are going on in the DPRK in celebration of the Day of the Shining Star, leader Kim Jong Il's birth anniversary (February 16)."
One of the two woman accused of the murder of the North Korean leader's half-brother believed that she was kicking off a TV career on a prank show, a Malaysian court hears
North Korea slams U.S.-Japan joint drill
South Korean, Finnish foreign ministers discuss cooperation on North Korean nukes
Koreas National Security Council convenes to discuss North Korean delegation's visit
North Korea will send another high-level delegation to South Korea in time for the closing ceremony at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, during which they are expected to meet South Korea's President Moon Jae-in
Extra budget on table for youth job creation: Koreas finance minister
South Korea's top negotiator on North Korean nuclear issues met with the Chinese ambassador to Seoul on Thursday to discuss a growing momentum for engagement with the North following its participation in the PyeongChang Winter Olympics
IOC strips Russian curler of Olympic bronze medal after he admitted to doping at Pyeongchang Games
Court of Arbitration for Sport finds Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky guilty of anti-doping violation, disqualifies Olympic athletes from Russia from PyeongChang2018 mixed doubles event
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U.S. women's hockey team wins its first gold medal in 20 years, beating Canada 3-2 in shootout after 2-2 tie
South Korea's top diplomat to stress North Korea's human rights abuses in Geneva next week