Tag: North Korea
Senior officer says Beijing’s bolstered weapons inventory threatens whole region.
17 protesters detained by police after exposing embarrassing security breach at ambassador’s residence.
KFA want action on neighbours for refusing to allow media and supporters in Pyongyang.
He puts rowing skills picked up in rehab towards securing a spot at Tokyo Games.
S. Korea captain Son Heung-min relieved to finish game uninjured following N. Koreans' aggression.
North Korean leader’s climb up symbolic Mount Paektu hailed as prelude to new policy direction.
Fifa president 'sad to see no fans' in stadium.
Only way to follow World Cup qualifier is via online commentary on Fifa and AFC websites.
It is unclear if anyone other than the South Korean team and support staff would be able to go to Pyongyang.
Spokesman for foreign ministry calls it 'a gangster act'.
The North Korean fishing vessel capsized after the collision.
Washington however has called the talks 'good discussions', saying the comments by North Korea did not reflect the content or the spirit of their short discussion.
North Korea was among the first countries to recognise the People's Republic of China after it was founded in 1949.
North Korea says the US has disappointed and dampened enthusiasm for negotiations.
Analysts say Pyongyang’s ballistic move a way of maintaining pressure on negotiating partners.
One fired this morning fell into waters within Japan's exclusive economic zone.
Japan is ramping up its defence spending to counter China's modernising military.
Mun Chol Myong is battling the government's decision to extradite him to the US, in what his lawyer says is a highly politicised case.
The three groups named by the US involved in the 'WannaCry' ransomware were Lazarus Group, Bluenoroff, and Andariel, which are controlled by North Korea's intelligence services.
North Korea says it was willing to restart talks with the US but warns dealings between the sides could end unless Washington takes a fresh approach.
The timing of John Bolton’s departure is convenient for US diplomacy with North Korea.
North Korea was hit by typhoon-13 on Saturday afternoon, killing five, injuring three while destroying farmland and damaging hundreds of buildings.
In recent weeks North Korea has carried out a series of tests of short-range missiles, which US officials have called 'provocations'.
Pak Jong-chon succeeds Ri Yong-gil, an expert on military operations who has served in the position on two separate occasions since 2013.