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  • N Korea vows Seoul will pay 'dear price' for insults

    N Korea vows Seoul will pay 'dear price' for insults

    North Korea on Monday warned South Korea it would pay a "dear price" for recent criticisms of Pyongyang's nuclear programme and political system, saying they violated a no-slander agreement.

  • North Korea denies link to drones recovered by South

    North Korea denies link to drones recovered by South

    North Korea on Monday flatly denied any connection to three crashed drones recovered in the South, and accused Seoul of "fabricating" a link in order to smear Pyongyang.

  • North Korea blasts reunification offer as 'psychopath's daydream'

    North Korea blasts reunification offer as 'psychopath's daydream'

    North Korea on Saturday blasted South Korean President Park Geun-Hye's proposal on laying groundwork for reunification through economic exchanges and humanitarian aid.

  • Satellites show Russia mobilizing near Ukraine

    Satellites show Russia mobilizing near Ukraine

    NATO released satellite photographs on Thursday showing Russian military equipment, including fighter jets and tanks, that it described as part of a deployment of as many as 40,000 troops near the border with Ukraine.

  • North Korea slams South's missile test 'farce'

    North Korea slams South's missile test 'farce'

    North Korea has slammed the South's recent ballistic missile test, calling it a "farce" aimed at showing off Seoul's military strength in the face of threats from Pyongyang.

  • Japan orders military to strike any new North Korea missile launches

    Japan orders military to strike any new North Korea missile launches

    Japan has ordered a destroyer in the Sea of Japan to strike any ballistic missiles that may be launched by North Korea in the coming weeks after Pyongyang fired a Rodong medium-range missile over the sea, a government source said on Saturday.

  • North Korea tells world 'wait and see' on new nuclear test

    North Korea tells world 'wait and see' on new nuclear test

    North Korea said on Friday that the world would have to "wait and see" when asked for details of "a new form" of nuclear test it threatened to carry out after the United Nations Security Council condemned Pyongyang's recent ballistic missile launch.

  • North Korea test-fires 30 missiles into sea: South Korean military

    North Korea test-fires 30 missiles into sea: South Korean military

    North Korea test-fired 30 short-range missiles into the sea on Saturday, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said, the latest in a series of launches that have provoked criticism from Seoul and Washington.

  • South Korea proposes regular family reunions with North

    South Korea proposes regular family reunions with North

    South Korean President Park Geun-hye made a formal proposal to North Korea on Saturday to hold family reunions regularly, uniting families separated since the 1950-53 Korean war, a sign Seoul is seeking to improve relations with the North.

  • North, South Korea wrap up bittersweet family reunion

    North, South Korea wrap up bittersweet family reunion

    North and South Korea wrapped up on Tuesday their first reunion for divided families in more than three years, an event that raised hopes of a sustainable improvement in volatile cross-border ties.

  • Korean reunion provides answers to lifetime of questions

    Korean reunion provides answers to lifetime of questions

    Kim Se-Rin always knew it would be impossible to get all the answers to more than 60 years' worth of questions in just 12 hours.

  • Reunited Koreans given privacy to bridge 60-year divide

    Reunited Koreans given privacy to bridge 60-year divide

    Around 80 elderly South Koreans met privately Friday with North Korean relatives they haven't seen for 60 years, on the second day of a highly-charged reunion for families divided by the Korean War.

  • Bittersweet tears as divided Koreans meet after 60 years

    Bittersweet tears as divided Koreans meet after 60 years

    Several hundred elderly South and North Korean relatives clung to each-other, rocking and weeping, as they met for the first time in 60 years on Thursday at a reunion for families divided by the Korean War.

  • South Koreans head for bittersweet family reunion in North

    South Koreans head for bittersweet family reunion in North

    A group of 82 elderly, frail South Koreans, two of them in ambulances, left for the North Korean border Thursday to attend the first reunion in more than three years for families divided by the Korean War.

  • Koreans gather ahead of longed-for reunion

    Koreans gather ahead of longed-for reunion

    A group of 83 mostly elderly South Koreans accompanied by family converged Wednesday on a coastal resort prior to crossing into North Korea for the first reunion in more than three years for the peninsula's divided families.

  • North Korea atrocities exposed, but what next?

    North Korea atrocities exposed, but what next?

    Defectors and activists welcomed Tuesday a UN-mandated inquiry's searing indictment of gross human rights abuses in North Korea, but analysts questioned the international community's ability to act on its recommendations.

  • North Korea rescinds US envoy's invitation

    North Korea rescinds US envoy's invitation

    North Korea has cancelled a US envoy's visit to discuss the fate of a Korean American imprisoned there, and civil rights leader Jesse Jackson offered to travel instead, American officials said on Sunday.

  • North Korea completing large rocket pad: US think tank

    North Korea completing large rocket pad: US think tank

    North Korea has almost completed enlargement of its main satellite launch pad, allowing the launch of rockets up to 50 metres in length as early as next month, a US think-tank said on Friday.

  • North, South Korea agree to first reunions since 2010

    North, South Korea agree to first reunions since 2010

    North and South Korea agreed on Wednesday to hold a reunion later this month for families separated by the 1950-53 Korean War -- the first such event for more than three years.

  • North Korea agrees to talks on family reunions

    North Korea agrees to talks on family reunions

    North Korea agreed on Monday to hold talks with South Korea on organising a rare reunion event for families separated by the 1950-53 Korean War, Seoul's Unification Ministry said.

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