Map. History of Koreas conflict

24 April 2018
North Korea's Kim to be served Swiss rösti at inter-Korean summit
31 minute ago
KCNA: "The present authorities remain attached to the U.S.-made war monsterThe aggression-minded outsiders only will benefit from THAAD and it is only the destiny of the south Koreans that will be intercepted by it."
32 minute ago
KCNA: "The south Korean authorities suppress the struggle of the people against the THAAD base construction, persistently pushing forward with it. This can not but be a criminal act little short of willing to follow in the footsteps of traitor Park Geun Hye."
33 minute ago
KCNA: "However vocal the south Korean authorities may become in the usefulness of THAAD, its traitorous nature and danger can never be concealed."
34 minute ago
KCNA: "The south Korean authorities persist in the deployment of THAAD for aggression, going against the present trend of the times and the public desire toward peace and detente."
North Korean leader visits China embassy, hospital after fatal bus crash
Reuters: China exported no diesel or gasoline to North Korea in March, customs data show. It also imported no iron ore or lead concentrates and ore from North Korea
1 hour ago
Declaration to end Korean War tied to North Korea denuclearization: Seoul
3 South Koreans injured in Toronto van attack
2 hour ago
South Korea's nuke envoy says next few months 'critical' for denuclearization of North Korea
2 hour ago
Koreas president Moon expresses regret over failed attempt to amend Constitution
6 hour ago
KCNA: "The south Korean military's act of spurring the racket for arms buildup is a crime of chilling the compatriots' desire for reconciliation, unity and reunificationOutward smile while carrying dagger would never help settle anything."
7 hour ago
KCNA: "The victory of the WPK's line of simultaneously pushing forward the economic construction and the building of nuclear force would be unthinkable without the 'do-or-die' forced march and wise leadership of the respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un."
8 hour ago
D @VOANews report: 'We're not naïve' about DPRK, says @PressSec.
8 hour ago
KCNA: "The respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un visited the hospital on Monday evening and personally learned about the treatment of the wounded. He called on the wounded and warmly sympathized with them and consulted the future treatment with medical workers."
8 hour ago
KCNA: "The ambassador said that they came to realize once again how much the Korean party, government and people value the traditional China-DPRK friendship, adding that this has been evidently proven again to be unbreakable and great friendship."
9 hour ago
KCNA: "Ambassador Li Jinjun, hardly repressing his deep impression over the fact that Chairman Kim Jong Un personally visited the embassy early at dawn, busy as his schedule was, said that he would immediately report it to General Secretary Xi Jinping."
9 hour ago
KCNA: "The Korean people take the tragic accident as their own misfortune, he said, stressing that the party and government of the DPRK would take follow-up measures with utmost sincerity in a mind to alleviate the pain of the bereaved families even a bit."
9 hour ago
KCNA: " He said that the unexpected accident brought bitter sorrow to his heart and that he couldn't control his grief at the thought of the bereaved families who lost their blood relatives."
9 hour ago
KCNA: "He expressed heartfelt sympathy and deep condolences to Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and president of the People's Republic of China, the party and government of China and the bereaved families of the victims."
9 hour ago
KCNA: "Kim Jong Unvisited the Chinese embassy here at 6:30 a.m. of Monday to express his deep sympathy over an unexpected traffic accident that claimed heavy causalities among Chinese tourists to the DPRK."
Mattis on North Korea suspending nuke and missile tests: "Right now, I think there's a lot of reasons for optimism that the negotiations will be fruitful and we'll see," defense secretary says at Pentagon moments ago
U.S. will not lift sanctions until North Korea takes concrete steps to denuclearize: White House
14 hour ago
"We're not naive in this process," says @PressSec in response to my question about denuclearization hopes in view of DPRK comment that completion of its nuclear arsenal – which it calls its 'powerful treasured sword' - firmly guarantees forever its security and well-being.
Pentagon cautious on promises from DPRK North Korea and leader Kim Jong Un on denuclearization: "There has been no change in our posture" says DoD's Col Rob Manning. "Our conditions don't changethe complete, irreversible and verifiable denuclearization of the Korean peninsula"
20 hour ago
Full denuclearization to @POTUS means "North Korea doesn't have and isn't testing nuclear missiles," says @PressSec.
On DPRK, "the ultimate goal is denuclearization. They've already started making some steps," replies @PressSec to reporter's question.
Chinese President Xi Jinping calls for all-efforts to rescue the injured and properly handle the aftermath of a serious traffic accident in DPRK Sunday night
South Korea's trade minister in Myanmar to promote economic cooperation
South Korea halts propaganda broadcasts before summit with North Korea
North Korea has agreed that key moments from the summit with South Korea, like the moment when its leader Kim Jong Un crosses the border, be broadcast live. South Korean journalists will also be allowed to broadcast from the northern side of Panmunjom truce village.
23 hour ago
UK and South Korea in talks to protect an arrangement of tax breaks for Korean buyers of North Sea crude beyond Brexit
23 hour ago
Koreas agree to start Moon-Kim summit in morning, hold official dinner
Historic summit between South Korean President Moon Jae-in and DPRK leader Kim Jong-un will begin before noon Friday and include an official dinner at the joint security area of Panmunjom: Yonhap
10 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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