Map. History of Koreas conflict

25 May 2018
@Reuters is the latest news outlet to say sources have told it that DPRK leader Kim Jong Un was in China, having arrived in Beijing by train on Monday and leaving earlier today. Both ROK government and @StateDept today said they have not confirmed Kim was there.
1 month ago
"We are continuing to move forward in that process," says @PressSec in response to question on progress in arranging summit between @POTUS and Kim Jong Un.
Was DPRK's Kim Jong Un in Beijing? "Kind of looked like he did, but I don't know" says US Defence Secretary Mattis
US, ROK, Japan putting together discussion points for DPRK North Korea talks - "it's a very methodical process" says @DeptofDefense Secretary Jim Mattis "There are other nations also involvedIt's all on track. As it has been all along, it is diplomatically led"
Defense Secretary Mattis says he does not know if North Korea's Kim Jong Un went to China, says 'kind of looked like he did'
The arrival of a mysterious green train in Beijing has sparked speculation North Korea's Kim Jong Un could be in the Chinese capital.
North Korea at center of Mattis' disagreement with Bolton
Japan's Foreign Minister Taro Kono says the US agrees that North Korea should abolish short-to medium-range missiles, as well as ICBMs and IRBMs
Japanese foreign minister: Japan, U.S. 'completely in sync' on North Korea
China says it will give information on rumours about Kim Jong-un visit "in due course"
1 month ago
South Korea says watching China closely as senior North Korean visits
Train thought to carry North Korean official leaves Beijing station: Kyodo
1 month ago
Top diplomats of South Korea, Canada to hold talks this week
Train thought to carry North Korean official leaves Beijing station: Kyodo
1 month ago
KCNA: "It is important to discard the illusion about foreign forces. It is the only way out to solve the national issue through cooperation with the fellow countrymen, not with foreign forces."
1 month ago
KCNA: "It is impossible to remove distrust and confrontation between the north and the south if one follows and cooperates with the outsiders seeking the inter-Korean confrontation and constant tension on the Korean Peninsula and getting frantic with the anti-DPRK provocations."
1 month ago
KCNA: "If the relations between the north and the south of Korea are to develop as desired by all the fellow countrymen, national cooperation should be realized before anything else."
1 month ago
(LEAD) Trump's threat to withdraw from Paris Agreement 'shortsighted,' 'irresponsible': ex-UN chief Ban
North Korean football officials to visit South Korea this week
1 month ago
KCNA: "The committee decided to organize political and cultural events praising the revolutionary career and exploits of the President in the run-up to his 106th birth anniversary."
1 month ago
KCNA: "Mikhail Panchenko, secretary general of the International Alliance of Societies for the Study of the Juche Idea and Songun Policy in East European and Central Asian Regions, was elected chairman of the preparatory committee."
1 month ago
KCNA: "An international preparatory committee for celebrating the birth anniversary of President Kim Il Sung (Day of the Sun) was inaugurated on March 18."
1 month ago
KCNA: "The present human rights situation in Japan is very deplorable. It is Japan that runs brothels for the old women seeking abnormal sexual pleasure in the heart of Tokyo."
1 month ago
KCNA: Japan "has no right and justification to talk about the human rights as it is the worst human rights abuser."
1 month ago
KCNA: "Their objective is to make the globe a Western-style liberal world and subordinate and assimilate all the countriesThe 'globalization' much touted by the imperialists isfor the establishment of an international order [to] put the world under their control."
1 month ago
KCNA: "As each country and nation has its own ideology, system and culture, the world 'integration' is absolutely impossibleHowever, the imperialists force 'globalization' on other countries, asserting that itmakes it possible to create global ideology and culture."
1 month ago
KCNA: "'Globalization' is the imperialists' world domination strategy aimed to achieve the hegemonic ambition with ease through the Western view of value, says Rodong Sinmun in an article Monday."
German FM @HeikoMaas: The current IranDeal is better than no deal. PM @Netanyahu reportedly responded: "The Munich agreement from 1938 was also a deal. I also want to remind you what happened to the nuclear deal with North Korea."
Kim Jong Un has left North Korea for the first time as its leader. He's in China.
Intriguing images from Beijing, captured by Japan's Nippon TV. A 21-car train, similar to one used by Kim Jong Il in 2011, pulled into Beijing Station around 3pm. Met by honor guard and line of VIP cars. Speculation is that Kim Jong Un could be in Beijing.
North Korea urges U.S. to adopt 'serious attitude' for peace, end sanctions
Motorcade of some top DPRK official on visit in Beijing on 26th March
A Japanese TV network has video of a train — the type used by DPRK leaders — arriving in Beijing under heavy security.
North Korean train arrives in Beijing under heavy security. Lots of speculation about who's on board.
EU reaffirms support for peaceful resolution of North Korea nuke issue
U.S. lawmakers call for sanctions on Myanmar over suspected illicit trade with North Korea
U.S. travel ban hits foreign attendance figures for North Korea marathon
2 month ago
Chiefs of South, North Korean Red Cross to meet in regional forum this week
2 month ago
North Korean foreign minister plans Russia visit, TASS reports
2 month ago
Arrested Koreas ex-President Lee rejects questioning
2 month ago
South Korea further opens auto market in return for U.S. steel tariff exemption
2 month ago
U.S. exempts South Korea from steel tariffs, revises free trade deal: South Korea
2 month ago
Moon signs bill on constitutional revision
2 month ago
Moon says constitutional change will benefit only people, not him
11 month ago
The Japanese government has created a nationwide television broadcast advising civilians on how to protect themselves in the event of a North Korean missile attack.
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