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Jeju governor demands ruling party expel Rep. Tae over uprising remarks
Jeju Governor Oh Young-hun demanded, Wednesday, that the ruling party expel a North Korean defector-turned-lawmaker over remarks that the April 3, 1948 uprising on the southern island was triggered by the instructions of North Korea's late founder, Kim Il-sung.
South Korea, US, Japan vow to firm up ties in stance against North Korea, China
Seoul is bolstering security ties with Washington and Tokyo to counter growing threats from Pyongyang as well as its key allies - Beijing and Moscow. First Vice Foreign Minister Cho Hyun-dong and his U.S. and Japanese counterparts - Wendy Sherman and ...
Representatives of separated families invited to visit North Korea
Activists representing the families dispersed by the Korean War (1950-53) have been invited by North Korea to visit Pyongyang in the first such case in more than three years.
Seoul imposes sanctions on North Korean hackers, groups over crypto theft
South Korea imposed independent sanctions, Friday, on four North Korean hackers and seven groups over cybercrimes they allegedly committed to help fund the regime's weapons program.
North Korea displays 'solid-fuel ICBM' at military parade
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un brought his daughter to a massive military parade showing off the regime's most advanced weapons, state media reported Thursday. Among the arms on display was what appeared to be a solid-fuel intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).
Daughter-centered photos, title of honor reinforce speculation over North Korea succession
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's daughter made a public appearance again, Tuesday, this time with top military brass posing respectfully behind her at a banquet held the day before the 75th anniversary of the founding of its armed forces.
South Korea steps up efforts to resolve issue of aging separated families
Over the past 12 years, more than 24,000 South Koreans have created video letters for their family members who might still be alive in North Korea, hoping that the messages would reach them one day.
Opposition party seeks to impeach interior minister over Itaewon tragedy
The main opposition Democratic Party of Korea (DPK) is seeking to impeach Interior Minister Lee Sang-min, blaming him for having failed to protect the 159 innocent lives lost in a crowd crush last Halloween in Itaewon, a popular nightlife district in Seoul. National Assembly Speaker Kim Jin-pyo told a plenary meeting Monday that an impeachment motion signed by its 176 members...
9 fishermen, including 2 Vietnamese, missing in boat incident
The Korea Coast Guard and the ROK military have been searching for nine fishermen missing after their boat was capsized late Saturday night in waters off Korea's southwestern coast.
Pyongyang threatens eye-for-eye response as US B-1B bombers join drills in South Korea
North Korea threatened an eye-for-an-eye response to South Korea-U.S. combined military exercises, Thursday, when stealth fighter jets and strategic bombers took part in the two allies' first joint air drills of the year.
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