South and North Korea — which are technically still at war — agreed to take measures to ease military tensions on their border at a meeting in Pyongyang last month between Presidents Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong-un.
North Korea's Kim Jong-un made history on Friday by crossing over the Military Demarcation Line in the world’s most heavily armed border that divides the Korean peninsula to greet South Korean President Moon Jae-in for talks on North Korea’s nuclear weapons
Korea summit: Kim Jong-un makes history, crosses border to meet South's Moon Jae-in, says he doesn't want repeat of past
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un made history Friday by crossing over the world's most heavily armed border to greet South Korean President Moon Jae-in for talks on North Korea's nuclear weapons. Kim also told his southern rival he doesn't want a repeat of past "where we were unable to fulfill our agreements".
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.
Top officials from Pyongyang, Seoul to hold first official dialogue in two years today after months of high tension
Top officials from North and South Korea will hold their first official dialogue in more than two years on Tuesday after months of high tensions over Pyongyang's weapons ambitions.
U.S. President Donald Trump will not go to the heavily fortified demilitarised zone (DMZ) on the border of North Korea and South Korea during his Asia trip, a senior administration official said on Tuesday.
US president Donald Trump will not be going to the De-Militarized Zone (DMZ) dividing the Korean Peninsula when he visits South Korea next week, a senior administration official said.
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In a trip full of Cold War symbolism, US Vice President Mike Pence travelled to the tense zone dividing North and South Korea and warned Pyongyang that after years of testing the US and South Korea with its nuclear ambitions, "the era of strategic patience is over".
Pence flew by helicopter into Camp Bonifas, a US-led United Nations command post just a few hundred metres south of the DMZ.
South Korea President Park Geun-Hye vowed "no retreat" Monday in a tense military standoff with North Korea, and insisted Pyongyang apologise as the two rivals struggled to negotiate their way out of the crisis.
Top aides to the leaders of North and South Korea negotiated into the evening on Sunday after talking through the previous night to try to ease tensions involving an exchange of artillery fire that brought the peninsula to the brink of armed conflict.
South Korea restarted propaganda broadcasts across the border with rival North Korea on Monday for the first time in 11 years in retaliation for the North allegedly planting land mines last week that maimed two South Korean soldiers.