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The closed-door meeting will be held at the border village of Panmunjom and attended by three representatives from each side, the ministry said in a statement.
The adopted daughter of a retired Army officer living in Kansas will be deported to South Korea after graduating college, a judge ruled. Hyebin Schreiber, 17, was brought to the United States by her aunt and uncle, Lt. Col. Patrick Schreiber, in 2012.
Starting on Monday, Seoul and Pyongyang began removing all the land mines from the Joint Security Area located along the 155-mile Demilitarized Zone seperating the two countries.
South Korean warship runs afoul of China in the South China Sea as the US and its allies up the pressure on Beijing
A South Korean warship recently sailed close to Chinese-occupied territories in the South China Sea, triggering complaints from Beijing. The incident comes amid a series of standoffs and displays of force as the US and its allies up the pressure on China in the contested waterway.
An increasing number of women from Southeast Asia are travelling solo.
Trump halted military drills earlier this year as a surprise concession to Kim Jong Un at their summit in Singapore. This week a senior US commander admitted the consequence of this had been "degradation to the readiness of the force", which in turn could cost US lives in war ever breaks out.
16 pictures show North Korea’s grand performance at the Mass Games, where South Korea’s president gave his first speech directly to North ...
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and a group of South Korean delegates were given a viewing of North Korea's capstone propaganda event, the Mass Games.
Kim Jong-un and South Korea’s Moon Jae-in visited North Korea’s tallest peak, the latest sign peace talks are making progress
On the third and final day of his trip to North Korea on Thursday, South Korean President Moon Jae-in was treated to a trip most South Koreans can only dream of.
Trump, Moon, and Kim, have walked down a diplomatic path for months now without any real progress on dismantling nukes, and none of them seem to care. In the meantime, the Korean Peninsula has become a more peaceful place, and the US public no longer worries about nuclear war.
The US looks like the 3rd wheel after North Korea and South Korea agreed to take steps toward denuclearization
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un agreed to make several steps toward denuclearization and promote "a land of peace" after meeting in a summit in Pyongyang, North Korea.