28 September 2021
US say they did not ask for meeting with North Korea
North Korea says it has no intention to negotiate with US
1 year ago
UK sanctions 49 people and groups from Russia, Saudi Arabia, Myanmar and North Korea for human rights violations. Sanctions will target those involved in the deaths of Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, Jamal Khashoggi, Rohingyas and the use of forced labour in Korea
1 year ago
Raab says UK gov is designating: - Russian officials responsible for death, torture of Sergei Magnitsky - Those involved in murder of Jamal Khashoggi - Individuals responsible for persecution of the Rohingya in Myanmar - Two entities for role in North Korean gulags
State Department confirms Steve Biegun will visit South Korea and Japan this week
1 year ago
South Korean authorities said that fast and highly infectious strain of coronavirus spread in country
North Korea sees unnecessary to resume dialogue with the US
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un attended a Workers' Party politburo meeting focused on COVID19 (Yonhap)
1 year ago
South Korea is closely monitoring North Korea in coordination with the United States after media reports that North Korea is building a replica of the South's presidential office for a possible assault drill
.@USForcesKorea says a Blackhawk helicopter made a precautionary landing just after taking off from Yongsan garrison in central Seoul. No reported injuries1 year ago
[email protected] says a Blackhawk helicopter made a precautionary landing just after taking off from Yongsan garrison in central Seoul. No reported injuries
1 year ago
South Korea closely monitoring North Korea amid report over possible assault drill
1 year ago
Moon expects Trump to meet North Korea leader before November election: Cheong Wa Dae
U.S. National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien has called on North Korea to refrain from provocations & return to dialogue
1 year ago
South Korea says Hong Kong should enjoy 'high degree of autonomy'
South Korean police said Tuesday that they've summoned two activists accused of raising tensions with North Korea by sending propaganda balloons or plastic bottles filled with rice across the border
1 year ago
South Korea police raid the office of an activist whose anti-Pyongyang leafleting campaign has intensified tensions with North Korea. Police say officers visited the Seoul office of Park Sang-hak to confiscate leaflets and other related materials
Japan has "some suspicions" on Kim Jong Un's health, Japan's Defense Minister said at a press briefing: "We have some suspicions about his [Kim Jong Un's] health," said Defense Minister Taro Kano when explaining that recent movements in North Korea are "quite strange."
A Christian NGO has just launched balloons containing bibles into North Korea
1 year ago
South Korean, U.S. defense chiefs urge North Korea to abide by Singapore summit agreement, inter-Korean military pact
1 year ago
South Korean, U.S. defense chiefs urge North Korea to abide by peace agreements
1 year ago
South Korean, U.S. defense chiefs vow continued support for diplomacy toward complete North Korea denuclearization
Vice Chairman of North Korea's ruling party has responded to the statement from S.Korea's defense minister
1 year ago
Seoul cautious on NK's suspension of military plan
North Korea may be backtracking on its harsh rhetoric against Seoul. The DPRK appears to have removed several anti-South Korea propaganda articles from office websites in a move to de-escalate tensions.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has suspended his military's plans to take unspecified retaliatory action against South Korea, state media says, possibly slowing a pressure campaign against its rival amid stalled nuclear negotiations with Washington
1 year ago
North Korea are removing their loudspeakers from the border areas: Yonhap
Kim Jong Un suspends plans for "military action" against South Korea: KCNA
"(We) sent anti-North Korea leaflets over (to the North) between 11 p.m. and midnight on Monday (from a town) in Paju," Park Sang-hak stated that the group picked a very dark location to avoid police surveillance
North Korea have begun reinstalling loudspeakers at the border
1 year ago
South Korea already in second wave of virus outbreak: KCDC chief
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