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Kim Jong-un sends missile launches as 'warning' to Washington, Seoul as tensions rise on Korean peninsula
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Kim Jong-un sends missile launches as 'warning' to Washington, Seoul as tensions rise on Korean peninsula

North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un says the country's latest missile launches were a warning to Washington and Seoul over their joint war games

North Korea threatens more missile tests after it fires fourth in 12 days following joint exercises between Washington and Seoul
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North Korea threatens more missile tests after it fires fourth in 12 days following joint exercises between Washington and Seoul

North Korea threatened on Tuesday to carry out more weapons tests after it fired its fourth set of projectiles in less than two weeks following the start of joint exercises between the US and the South

North and South Korea agree to withdraw some border guard posts on trial basis, says Seoul's defence minister Song Young-moo
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North and South Korea agree to withdraw some border guard posts on trial basis, says Seoul's defence minister Song Young-moo

Both North and South Korea have agreed to withdraw guard posts that are closest to each other on a trial basis as part of confidence-building measures following the landmark summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and the South's President Moon Jae-in in April.

Donald Trump says location, date for Kim Jong Un meeting could be revealed this week
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Donald Trump says location, date for Kim Jong Un meeting could be revealed this week

US President Donald Trump said Tuesday that the date and location for what will be a historic meeting between a sitting American president and the leader of North Korea over denuclearization could be announced by the end of the week.

Beijing confirms 32 Chinese tourists killed, two injured in North Korean bus accident in Pyongyang
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Beijing confirms 32 Chinese tourists killed, two injured in North Korean bus accident in Pyongyang

A bus crash in North Korea has killed 32 Chinese tourists and four North Koreans, the foreign ministry in Beijing said on Monday.

Kim Jong-un tries to soften authoritarian image by sharing stage with wife, sister
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Kim Jong-un tries to soften authoritarian image by sharing stage with wife, sister

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un appears to be trying out a new tactic to boost the image of his authoritarian regime: he's putting the spotlight on the women in his life.

North and South Korea to march together at Winter Olympics: History of relations between two nations who are technically at war
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North and South Korea to march together at Winter Olympics: History of relations between two nations who are technically at war

North and South Korea have agreed to march together under a single flag at the Winter Olympics opening ceremony, in the latest sign that the crisis may be easing.

Panmunjom in Demilitarised Zone under spotlight as two Koreas talk for first time since 2015
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Panmunjom in Demilitarised Zone under spotlight as two Koreas talk for first time since 2015

Panmunjom in the Demilitarised Zone, where officials from North and South Korea met Tuesday, is a traditional point of contact on the border but also a physical representation of the 1950-53 Korean War's enduring effects.

Pyongyang to reopen hotline with Seoul; communication channel was cut by North Korea in 2016
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Pyongyang to reopen hotline with Seoul; communication channel was cut by North Korea in 2016

North Korea said it will reopen a hotline with the South to discuss attending the Winter Olympics, forging ahead with peace overtures.

Mike Pence visits American Samoa: US vice-president cites challenging times to troops
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Mike Pence visits American Samoa: US vice-president cites challenging times to troops

US Vice President Mike Pence has thanked US service members based in America Samoa, citing "challenging times" for the military in the Asia-Pacific.

US says era of 'strategic patience' with North Korea is over; here's a look at how the Obama doctrine changed
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US says era of 'strategic patience' with North Korea is over; here's a look at how the Obama doctrine changed

The war of words between North Korea and the United States continues to ratchet up. After North Korea attempted a missile launch that reportedly failed on Sunday, US vice-president Mike Pence on Monday warned the Kim Jong-un regime not to test Washington's resolve, and warned them that the era of "strategic patience" was over.

North Korea tests newly developed high-thrust rocket engine
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North Korea tests newly developed high-thrust rocket engine

Tokyo: North Korea has conducted a ground test of a new type of high-thrust rocket engine that leader Kim Jong Un is calling a revolutionary breakthrough for the country's space program, the North's state media said on Sunday.