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North Korea says 'no intention' to talk to U.S.
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North Korea suspends military plans against South
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N Korea to redeploy troops near border amid tensions
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S Korea promises to react strongly if North furthers tensions
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South Korea says North blew up liaison office as tensions rise
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North Korea seen reinstalling border loudspeakers
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North Korea prepares anti-South leaflets
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S.Korea's minister steps down over rising tensions
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North Korea says it will send troops to the DMZ
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Defectors prepare packages to send to North Korea
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South Korean government expresses strong regret
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North Korea confirms destruction of inter-Korean liaison office
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N.Korea blows up inter-Korean liaison office
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North Korea blows up inter-Korean liaison office
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North Korea warns of action over defectors
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S. Korea moves to stop anti-Northern activists
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North Korea continues to present 'extraordinary' threat to region: Pentagon officialNorth Korea's activities in recent days have shown that Pyongyang continues to pose an "extraordinary" threat to the Asia-Pacific region, a senior Pentagon official said on Thursday.
South Korea's nuclear envoy visits U.S. as tensions flare with North KoreaSouth Korea's chief nuclear negotiator will hold talks with officials in Washington on Thursday amid flaring tensions with North Korea after Pyongyang blew up an inter-Korean liaison office and..
Defectors prepare packages to send to North Korea despite growing tensionsA North Korean defector-led group on Thursday prepared hundreds of plastic bottles stuffed with rice which they plan to float into North Korea, despite a legal challenge from South Korean authorities..
Timeline: From historic summit to building destruction, North Korea unsettles U.S.North Korea on Tuesday blew up a building set up in 2018 in a border town as a joint liaison office to foster better ties with South Korea, the latest in a series of actions by Pyongyang that have..
U.S. urges North Korea to 'refrain from further counterproductive actions'The United States responded to North Korea's blowing up of a joint liaison office with South Korea on Tuesday by saying it fully supports Seoul's efforts on inter-Korean relations and urging Pyongyang..
North Korea blows up diplomatic office amid escalating tensions with South KoreaPyongyang has warned Seoul it needs to stop defectors sending anti-North Korea leaflets across the border. Denuclearization talks are gridlocked.
North Korea blows up liaison office on its side of border with SouthNorth Korea blew up and destroyed an inter-Korean liaison office in its border city of Kaesong on Tuesday, South Korea said, after Pyongyang threatened to take action if defector groups push ahead with..
China says it hopes for peace and stability on Korean peninsulaChina's foreign ministry said on Tuesday that Beijing hopes for peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula, amid escalating tensions between Seoul and Pyongyang.
South Korea's Moon urges North to keep peace deals, return to talksSouth Korea's President Moon Jae-in urged North Korea on Monday to refrain from raising tension and return to dialogue, after threats trumpeted by state media in Pyongyang to cut ties and take military..
South Korea says North Korea should honour agreementsSouth Korea's Unification Ministry on Sunday said North Korea should honor past agreements signed between the two countries, a day after Pyongyang warned of retaliatory measures against the south that..
China says U.S. should address North Korea's concernsChina said on Friday the United States should take concrete measures to address North Korea's concerns, amid escalating tensions between Pyongyang and Washington.
North Korea suggests U.N. chief pretending to act like a drunkNorth Korea suggested on Thursday that United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres might be pretending to act like a drunk as the country slammed comments by his spokesman on Pyongyang's decision..
China says it hopes North Korea, South Korea will cooperate through dialogueChina said on Tuesday it hopes North Korea and South Korea will cooperate through dialogue, amid renewed tensions after Pyongyang said it will cut hotlines with Seoul.
Explainer: Pyongyang calling - What we know about the hotlines to North KoreaNorth Korea has said it is cutting communication hotlines with South Korea, a tactic the isolated country has used repeatedly during periods of rising tension.
North Korea accuses U.S. of hurting its image with cyber threat warningNorth Korea accused the United States of smear tactics on Friday after Washington renewed accusations last month that Pyongyang was responsible for malicious cyber attacks.
Trump hails Kim reappearance, but North Korea denuclearization prospects bleakU.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday welcomed the reemergence of North Korea's Kim Jong Un after weeks of speculation about his health, but prospects for the U.S. efforts to persuade Pyongyang to..
After rumours about health, North Korea state media report Kim Jong Un appearanceAfter weeks of intense speculation about the health of Kim Jong Un, state news agency KCNA said on Saturday the North Korean leader attended the completion of a fertilizer plant north of Pyongyang, the..
KCNA reports North Korea leader Kim Jong Un resuming public activityNorth Korea's state news agency KCNA said on Saturday leader Kim Jong Un attended the completion of a fertilizer plant in a region north of the capital, Pyongyang, in the first report of his public..
North Korean lecturers say there are confirmed coronavirus cases in the country: RFANorth Korean authorities told citizens in public lectures that there were confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the country as early as the end of March, in contrast to official Pyongyang claims that..
North Korea says Pompeo undercuts its interest in restarting talksNorth Korea said on Monday that U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo undermined its willingness to restart stalled denuclearisation talks, criticising his recent remarks on sanctions on Pyongyang.
North Korea fires projectiles into sea; U.S., China urge return to talksNorth Korea launched multiple projectiles into the sea on Monday as part of firing drills, according to South Korea's military, drawing U.S. and Chinese appeals for Pyongyang to return to talks on..
Germany, France, Switzerland close North Korea missions amid coronavirus concernGermany, France and Switzerland closed their missions in North Korea and withdrew their staff on Monday amid growing concern in the isolated country about the spread of the coronavirus, the Russian..
U.S. charges two Chinese nationals with helping North Korea steal millions in cryptocurrencyThe U.S. Justice Department charged two Chinese nationals with laundering more than $100 million in cryptocurrency on behalf of North Korea, in court filings that detail Pyongyang's use of hackers to..
South Korea seeks 'speedy resumption' of U.S.-North Korea nuclear talksSouth Korea's foreign minister called on Monday for a quick resumption of stalled U.S.-North Korean nuclear talks, adding that her government stood ready to engage with Pyongyang to facilitate..
North Korean refugees seek political voice in South with new partyA group of North Korean refugees launched a political party in South Korea on Tuesday, aiming to give a voice to the 33,500 defectors living in the South and oppose conciliation with Pyongyang.
Former chief of staff Kelly rejects Trump North Korea approach as futile: reportPresident Donald Trump's former chief of staff John Kelly has dismissed the U.S. president's unprecedented engagement with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as futile, saying he had never believed North..
Hostel at North Korea's Berlin embassy must close, German court rulesA German court ruled on Tuesday that a hostel situated on the grounds of the North Korean embassy in Berlin must close as its operation breaches sanctions aimed at stopping the flow of hard currency to..
North Korea imposes month-long quarantine on foreigners arriving from China over virus fearsNorth Korea will impose a one-month quarantine on all foreigners arriving from China in a bid to prevent the spread of a new coronavirus, the Russian Embassy in Pyongyang said on Tuesday.
North Korea confirms former commander is new foreign ministerNorth Korea on Friday confirmed that Ri Son Gwon, a former defense commander with limited diplomatic experience, has been appointed the country's new foreign affairs minister, while the United States..
South Korea's push for tourism in North poses tricky balancing actSouth Korea's push to resume tourism with the North is aimed at resetting border ties, but must overcome Pyongyang's skepticism and chart a careful course around U.S. efforts to pressure leader Kim..
Russia says it missed U.N. deadline to repatriate North Korean workersRussia said on Thursday it had missed a United Nations deadline to repatriate North Korean workers due to what it called objective difficulties, but said it was scrupulously complying with U.N...
China fails to repatriate North Korea workers despite U.N. sanctions: U.S. officialChina has failed to send home North Korean workers by a December deadline in violation of United Nations sanctions, a senior U.S. official said on Wednesday, adding that this was why Washington..
North Korea remains open to dialogue with U.S.: South Korea's MoonSouth Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Tuesday there was no need to be pessimistic about stalled denuclearization dialogue between the United States and North Korea, adding Pyongyang has not yet..
South Korea's Moon cites 'desperate need' for ways to improve ties with NorthThere is a "desperate need" for practical ways to improve ties with North Korea, the South's President Moon said on Tuesday, adding that he was ready to meet with the reclusive leader in Pyongyang..
U.S. military tracking Santa - and any 'Christmas gift' from North KoreaWhile the North American Aerospace Defense Command stays alert for any signs of a North Korea missile launch – what officials in Pyongyang have described as a "Christmas gift" – it is also tracking..
Stalled talks with U.S. not good for North Korea, South Korea tells ChinaStalled denuclearization talks and a recent flare-up in tension between the United States and North Korea are not beneficial for Pyongyang, South Korean President Moon Jae-in told Chinese President Xi..
South Korea's Moon says stalled talks with U.S. not good for North KoreaSouth Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Monday that stalled denuclearization talks and a recent flare-up in tension between the United States and North Korea were not beneficial for Pyongyang,..
North Korea threat looms as China, Japan, South Korea leaders meetThe spectre of new confrontation between Pyongyang and Washington hangs over meetings between China, Japan and South Korea this week, with growing risks North Korean actions could end an uneasy detente..
'Before it is too late': Diplomats race to defuse tensions ahead of North Korea's deadlineA last minute flurry of diplomacy aimed at engaging with North Korea ahead of its declared year-end deadline for talks has been met with stony silence from Pyongyang so far, with the looming crisis..
China urges U.S., North Korea to resume talks as tensions escalateChina on Thursday urged the United States and North Korea to resume dialogue and work to resolve disagreements as soon as possible amid renewed tensions between Washington and Pyongyang over the..
China says North Korean sanctions relief is best plan with U.S. envoy set to arriveChina touted its proposal offering sanctions relief to North Korea as the best option to diffuse tensions, calling on Thursday for a compromise in the standoff between Washington and Pyongyang over the..
China repeats call for restraint as North Korea tensions buildChina repeated its call for restraint and compromise on Thursday amid growing tensions in the Korean Peninsula, as renewed provocations from Pyongyang stoke fears it will break off talks with..
U.N. condemns North Korea rights abuses, Pyongyang rejects resolutionThe United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday condemned "the long-standing and ongoing systematic, widespread and gross violations of human rights in and by" North Korea in an annual resolution that..
Warmbier parents praise bill calling for further North Korea sanctionsThe parents of Otto Warmbier, an American student who died after 17 months in a North Korean prison, hailed on Wednesday new congressional legislation passed in their son's name that calls for further..
China says lifting some U.N. sanctions on North Korea could help break deadlockChina and Russia are pushing the U.N. Security Council to lift some sanctions on North Korea to ease the country's humanitarian concerns and to "break the deadlock" in stalled denuclearization talks..
U.S.-led pressure fractures as China, Russia push for North Korea sanctions reliefA proposal by China and Russia to ease U.N. sanctions on North Korea increases pressure on the United States and signals what is the likely end of unified efforts to persuade Pyongyang to give up its..
Japan government spokesman hopes Japan, South Korea study North Korean issue with rigorJapan's top government spokesman on Monday said he hopes Japan and South Korea study the North Korean issue "with rigor" as tensions with Pyongyang rise after it conducted a series of weapons tests and..