Korean War News
North Korea accuses US of hostility, claims nukes a deterrent; wants South to come out of American influence
North Korea mainly uses the term "hostile policy" to refer to US-led sanctions over its nuclear weapons programme and the joint US-South Korea military drills
Analysts say North Korea is trying to use Moon’s desire for inter-Korean engagement to pressure South Korea into extracting concessions from Washington on its behalf
If the Korean War is indeed the milieu of the new title, it will be the first time that COD is focusing on the war.
Following BTS' comments on the Korean War at a recent event, advertisements of brands including Samsung, Fila, and Hyundai that featured the boy band have reportedly disappeared from several Chinese websites.
Crash Landing on You: Korean TV series aims to bridge north-south division despite waning prospects of a peace agreement
Despite its soft-focus romanticisation of the political situation, Crash Landing on You brings the pain of the division to a personal level for a generation of Koreans who, unlike their grandparents, have no memory of what it was like to be a single nation.
North Korea changes Constitution to solidify Kim Jong-un’s role as Head of State, says State-owned media outlet KCNA
North Korea’s parliament has approved changes to the country’s constitution to solidify leader Kim Jong-un’s role as head of state, official state media said on Thursday
Ahead of proposed Donald Trump-Kim Jong-un meet in Vietnam’s Danang, UN monitors say North Korea protecting nuclear missiles
North Korea is working to ensure its nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities cannot be destroyed by military strikes, UN monitors
Donald Trump, Kim Jong-un to meet in Vietnam to discuss denuclearisation of Korean peninsula, claims report
The second summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un over denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula will be held in Vietnam
The development comes amid renewed international diplomacy on North Korea's nuclear weapons program after weeks of stalemated negotiations. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is to visit Pyongyang this month to try to set up a second summit between president Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
US says UN sanctions on North Korea must remain in place in order to maintain 'unprecedented diplomatic opening'
Pompeo said the UN has evidence that UN sanctions, particularly those restricting North Korean oil imports and coal exports, are being violated and he demanded that UN members ensure they are respected.
North Korea staged a huge military parade on Sunday to mark its 70th anniversary as a nation but held back its most advanced missiles and devoted nearly half of the parade to civilian efforts to build the domestic economy.
North Korea refrains from showcasing ICBMs on 70th anniversary; revival of mass games, military parade mark celebrations
North Korea staged a huge military parade on Sunday to mark its 70th anniversary as a nation but held back from showing the Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles.
South Korea president Moon Jae-in pushes for 'irrevocable' progress on nuclear diplomacy in Korean Peninsula
Moon Jae-in, president of South Korea wants progress in the nuclear diplomacy of Korean Peninsula. He also wants to see a declaration made of the end of 1950-53 Korean War.
South Korea wants to expand the family reunions, but experts say North Korea is reluctant to do so
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.
North Korean state media urges US to drop sanctions, accuses Washington of 'acting opposite' to plan of improving relations
At a security forum, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo suggested the North’s continued work on its programmes went against Kim’s commitment to denuclearise.
US begins analysing Korean War remains, President Donald Trump thanks Kim Jong-un for smooth handover
President Donald Trump received a commitment from North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, at their summit in June summit, for the return of the Korean War remains.
Washington, Pyongyang officials meet to discuss return of remains of US soldiers killed in Korean War: Report
US and North Korean officials met on the inter-Korean border on Sunday to discuss the return of remains of US soldiers killed in the 1950-53 Korean War.
Mike Pompeo wraps up 'very productive' talks in North Korea, says progress made in 'modalities' of missile facility destruction
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo insisted Saturday that two days of talks with his North Korean counterpart on dismantling Pyongyang's nuclear arsenal had been "very productive".
Donald Trump to meet Kim Jong-un in Singapore: What will a successful US-North Korea Summit look like?
If April's Inter-Korea Summit was the crack in the dam holding the world back from Pyongyang, Tuesday's Trump-Kim meeting could potentially represent the total collapse of the dam that brings the world surging towards North Korea