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Feb 06, 2018
Winter Olympics 2018: South Korea to stop using unification flag depicting disputed islands after Japan's protestArray
Jan 26, 2018
North Korean government, political parties call for better relations with SeoulThe government, political parties and organisations of North Korea called for improvement of relations between the two Koreas, the official media reported.
Jan 15, 2018
NATO chief says UN treaty alone won't rid world of nuclear weapons, emphasises need of 'painful disarmament' periodNATO supports the idea of a world without nuclear weapons, but doesn't believe it can be achieved by imposing a ban through United Nations convention
Jan 08, 2018
Donald Trump has to keep Kim Jong-un on his toes, says Nikki Haley on 'nuclear button' tweetNikki Haley has defended US president Donald Trump's recent "nuclear button" tweet warning Kim Jong-un of America's might, saying it was required to keep the North Korean leader "on his toes".
Dec 21, 2017
Pakistan links Kashmir issue to Palestinian crisis at UNSC, says Kashmiris suffer 'horrific' human rights violationsPakistan has raked up the Kashmir issue again at the UN Security Council, linking it to the Palestinian crisis
Dec 16, 2017
North Korea shows no sign of budging over nuclear ambitions, calls possession of nukes 'inevitable' self-defensive measureNorth Korea's friends and enemies have joined forces in opposing its determination to be recognised as a nuclear weapons state
Dec 14, 2017
Xi Jinping to meet South Korean president Moon Jae-in; North Korean nuclear crisis expected to be on agendaSouth Korean president Moon Jae-In will meet Xi Jinping in Beijing amid mixed US signals about potential talks to resolve the North Korean nuclear crisis.
Dec 11, 2017
South Korea, Japan and US begin missile detection exercise amid nuclear tensions in Korean peninsulaSouth Korea, Japan and the US have begun joint missile detection exercises amid escalating regional tensions over North Korea's nuclear weapons program, Seoul's Joint Chiefs of Staff said on Monday.
Dec 10, 2017
UN, Pyongyang officials meet in North Korea, agree current situation is most dangerous security issue in worldThe UN political chief and North Korea's foreign minister agree that the current situation on the Korean peninsula is the most dangerous security issue in the world
Nov 16, 2017
Earthquake of 5.4 magnitude hits South Korea's Pohang; more than 50 injured as 1,500 rush for sheltersMore than 50 people were injured and 1,500 taken to shelters in South Korea after a rare 5.4-magnitude quake hit the southeastern port of Pohang, officials said on Thursday.