North Korea has strongly denounced Washington for plans to conduct a joint military exercise with Seoul next month, as efforts to resume denuclearization negotiations hit numerous impasses.
North Korea has launched two “unidentified projectiles” toward the Sea of Japan, the South Korean military says, an apparent resumption of weapons tests amid stalled nuclear talks with the United States.
North Korea has proposed that Seoul discuss the removal of its facilities from the North's resort of Mount Kumgang, a key symbol of cooperation that Pyongyang recently criticized as "shabby" and "capitalist," the South's officials said on Friday.
Japanese President Abe Shinzo met South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yeon in the first high-level diplomatic engagement between the two states since a recent trade spat saw Seoul –Tokyo relations plummet.
Leaders of Japan and South Korea have agreed to mend ties amid a bitter feud over history and trade that has dragged bilateral relations to their worst in decades.
In the 15th edition of the World Wushu Championships, Iran’s National Team have grabbed 2 more Gold Medals, to decisively reclaim the title in the Sanda discipline, after clinching 8 gold medals.
Iranian authorities say that Pride, a car model that has dominated the country’s market for more than two decades, will be dumped in early summer 2020 as reports emerge of a recession that has affected sales in the wider industry.
In what might be viewed as the latest sign of the frosty inter-Korean relations, North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un has ordered a tourist complex built by a Southern company on the North's Mount Kumgang to be razed and replaced with modern facilities.
North Korea blames actions of the neighboring South and the United States for rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula, urging Washington and Seoul to find new solutions to help break an impasse in the diplomatic process with Pyongyang and resolve the standoff in the volatile region.
Iranian businesses and lawmakers are complaining that the South Korean government has not done enough to ensure that exports of pharmaceutical products to Iran continues despite American sanctions that have restricted banking transaction.