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North Korea says it has missiles that can hit the United States mainland

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North Korea says it has missiles that can hit the United States mainland, in a statement two days after South Korea unveiled a missile deal with the US. The North Korean statement said US bases in “Japan, Guam and the US mainland” were within its “scope of strike”. It follows Seoul’s announcement on Sunday that it would almost triple the range of its own missile syst...

North Korea and South Korea have started in-depth talks on reopening joint-project Kaesong Industrial Complex

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North Korea and South Korea have started in-depth talks on reopening joint-project Kaesong Industrial Complex. The two Koreas agreed in principle to restart operations at the Kaesong Industrial Complex after marathon negotiations over the weekend. South Korea says it wants assurances that Pyongyang will not unilaterally close the factory zone again. Work at the Kaesong zone has been suspended sin...

South Korea and US annual military exercises will last until April 18

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South Korea and US joint military drills have begun, amid rare family reunions between North and South Korean relatives separated for decades. The annual military exercises will last until April 18. They will involve Key Resolve, a computer-based simulation, and Foal Eagle, which involves air, ground and naval drills. Pyongyang is opposed to the drills and had previously threatened to cancel the...

Officials from North Korea and South Korea are holding talks on reopening the Kaesong Industrial Complex

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Officials from North Korea and South Korea are holding talks on reopening the Kaesong Industrial Complex. The two sides sat down together on Saturday at the truce village of Panmunjom in the demilitarized zone. Work at the Kaesong industrial park was halted in April amid high regional tensions. Kaesong, a major source of income for North Korea, was seen as a symbol of inter-Korean ties, and corre...

South Korea - US have annual military drills will take place from February 24 to April 18, despite anger from North Korea

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South Korea – US have annual military drills will take place from February 24 to April 18, despite anger from North Korea. Pyongyang warned against the planned drills last week, calling them “exercises of war”. Meanwhile, the US said it was disappointed that North Korea rescinded an invitation to a US envoy to discuss the release of jailed US citizen Kenneth Bae. Kenneth Bae has...

North Korea has accused the US and South Korea of attacks on its internet servers

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North Korea has accused the United States and its allies of attacks on its internet servers, amid tension on Korean peninsula. KCNA news agency said the “intensive and persistent” attacks coincided with US-South Korea military drills. Official sites such as KCNA, Air Koryo and Rodong Sinmun, the party newspaper, are reported to have been inaccessible on some occasions in recent days....

North Korea and South Korea are holding their first high-level talks since 2007

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North Korea and South Korea are holding their first high-level talks since 2007. The meeting – requested by Pyongyang – is taking place at the border village of Panmunjom. No agenda has been set but the issue of family reunions planned for later this month is expected to be discussed. Pyongyang has threatened to cancel the reunions because of the annual military exercises South Korea...

North Korea and South Korea have begun talks on resuming the reunions of families separated by the Korean War in 1950-53

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North Korea and South Korea have begun talks on resuming the reunions of families separated by the Korean War in 1950-53. Korean Red Cross officials met at the border village of Panmunjom in an attempt to restart the reunions last held in October 2010. The two sides remain technically at war because the conflict ended in an armistice and not a peace deal. The talks come as the two countries last...

North Korea and South Korea have agreed in principle to reopen the Kaesong industrial complex

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North Korea and South Korea have agreed in principle to reopen the Kaesong industrial complex after official talks. The deal, which includes facilities inspections, was reached after marathon talks held at the truce village of Panmunjom in the demilitarized zone. Work at the factory park was halted in April amid high regional tensions. Correspondents say the closure of Kaesong, seen as a symbol o...

Park Geun-hye was sworn in as South Korea's president promising a tough stance on national security and an era of economic revival

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Park Geun-hye was sworn in as South Korea’s president promising a tough stance on national security and an era of economic revival. Park Geun-hye, who defeated liberal rival Moon Jae-in in December’s general election, took the oath of office in front of tens of thousands of people. North Korea’s recent nuclear test posed a “challenge to the survival” of the Korean pe...

North Korea and South Korea have reached an agreement about re-opening the Kaesong joint industrial zone

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North Korea and South Korea have reached an agreement about re-opening the Kaesong joint industrial zone, officials from Seoul say. Operations there have been suspended since April when North Korea withdrew its workers amid rising political tensions. On Wednesday the South’s Unification Ministry said a five-point accord had been agreed, but it remains unclear when operations might resume. I...

North Korea has agreed to South Korea’s proposal to resume reunions of families separated since the 1950-1953 war

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North Korea has agreed to South Korea’s proposal to resume reunions of families separated since the 1950-1953 war, official media in Pyongyang say. The reunion meetings would take place in the Chuseok holiday on September 19. South Korea’s President Park Geun-hye called last week for the resumption of the reunions, last held in 2010. Her appeal followed an agreement to reopen a joint indust...

North Korea has launched three short-range missiles from its east coast

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North Korea has launched three short-range missiles from its east coast, South Korea’s defence ministry said. Two missiles were fired on Saturday morning and one in the afternoon, the South Korean ministry said in a statement. Officials at the ministry said they were “monitoring the situation and remain on alert”. The launches come at a time of stalemate between the two neighbor...

North Korean propaganda website Uriminzokkiri has warned of strikes against South Korea’s islands and advised residents to leave

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North Korean propaganda website Uriminzokkiri has warned of strikes against South Korea’s islands and advised residents to leave. The Uriminzokkiri website, linked to the regime, mentioned targets including Yeonpyeong island, which was attacked by Northern forces in 2010. Pyongyang has made a series of threats since its last nuclear test in February prompted the UN to tighten sanctions. The US sa...

The US is flying nuclear-capable B-52 bombers over South Korea, in what it says is a response to escalating North Korean rhetoric

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The US is flying nuclear-capable B-52 bombers over South Korea, in what it says is a response to escalating North Korean rhetoric. US officials said the B-52 flights demonstrated “extended deterrence capabilities” amid rising tension on the peninsula. B-52, which can also carry conventional weapons, flew on March 8, with another mission set for Tuesday. Regional tension remains high f...

President Barack Obama has visited the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) separating South Korea from North Korea, amid rising tensions over the North's planned rocket launch

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President Barack Obama has visited the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) separating South Korea from North Korea, amid rising tensions over the North’s planned rocket launch. Barack Obama went to an observation post on the volatile border, and met US troops. The president will hold talks in Seoul later. The US has voiced concern that the North Korea’s rocket launch due in April is a pretext for a mi...

North Korea and South Korea have agreed to restart operations at the shuttered Kaesong industrial zone

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North Korea and South Korea have agreed to restart operations at the shuttered Kaesong industrial zone, Seoul has announced. The two sides set a date for a “trial” restart of September 16 after talks that went through the night, the South’s Unification Ministry said. Work at the complex stopped in April when the North withdrew its workers amid high political tension. Kaesong ind...

South Korean activists have sent propaganda leaflets to North Korea, a week after Pyongyang threatened military action over a similar launch

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South Korean activists have sent propaganda leaflets to North Korea, a week after Pyongyang threatened military action over a similar launch. The group floated 50,000 leaflets in several balloons from a park near the border town of Paju, watched by a heavy police presence. Local residents trying to stop the move got into minor scuffles with activists. Authorities prevented a similar launch last w...

Hurricane Irene hit Atlantic Beach, Cape Fear and the Outer Banks of North Carolina with Category 1 winds and rain and made landfall in Nags Head

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...tley told the Associated Press. Hurricane Irene hit Atlantic Beach, Cape Fear and the Outer Banks of North Carolina with Category 1 winds and rain and made landfall in Nags Head, North Carolina. Hurricane Irene hit Atlantic Beach, Cape Fear and the Outer Banks of North Carolina with Category 1 winds and rain and made landfall in Nags Head The center of hurricane hit the coast of North Carolina ne...

South Korea has issued a cyber alert after a hacking attack on government websites

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...ment Policy Co-ordination and some media servers were also said to be affected by the attack. South Korea has issued a cyber alert after a hacking attack on government websites Messages praising North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and claiming that hacking collective Anonymous was responsible were left on the hacked websites. However, Anonymous denied any involvement in the South Korean cyber-attacks...

North Korea has agreed to restore a military hotline with the South as tensions between the two countries ease

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South Korean officials announce that North Korea has agreed to restore a military hotline with the South as tensions between the two ease. North Korea cut the connection in March following its third nuclear test in February and the international sanctions that followed. Two other hotlines cut off at the same time were restored in June and July. However, the joint industrial park at Kaesong, close...

South Korea is staging its largest military parade in a decade

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South Korea is staging its largest military parade in a decade, as President Park Geun-hye warns of a “very grave” threat from North Korea. Cruise missiles and torpedoes were amongst the weapons displayed in the Armed Forces Day parade, reports said. US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and General Martin Dempsey also attended the event marking the 65th anniversary of South Korea’s...

North Korea has fired four short-range missiles towards the sea off the country's east coast

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North Korea has fired four short-range missiles towards the sea off the country’s east coast on Thursday, according to a South Korean Defense Ministry official. The communist country launched the missiles at 5:42 p.m. local time from a mountain site just north of the border with South Korea, the official added. North Korea has fired short-range missiles into the sea as part of military exer...

North Korea's nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programmes have been condemned by the G8 foreign ministers

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North Korea’s nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programmes have been condemned by the G8 foreign ministers in the “strongest possible terms”. Tensions have risen on the Korean peninsula in recent weeks. In a communiqué, the ministers also expressed their “deep concern” at the toll of the conflict in Syria. They also endorsed what they called a historic pledge on...

Church groups in South Korea have illuminated a giant Christmas tree-shaped tower near the border with North Korea for the first time in two years

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Church groups in South Korea have illuminated a giant Christmas tree-shaped tower near the border with North Korea for the first time in two years. The event has been banned since 2010 by the South Korean government due to concerns it could escalate tensions between the two countries. The message at the top reads “peace in the whole world”, but a number of local residents are said to fear it will...