Seoul, South Korea (CNN) -- President Barack Obama travels to South Korea Saturday on a three-day trip centered on an international nuclear security summit in Seoul. He is due to arrive in Seoul early Sunday, where he will later hold a bilateral meeting with his South Korean counterpart Lee Myung-bak.Top officials from 54 countries, including China and Russia, will attend the summit meeting on Monday and Tuesday.
US president Barack Obama arrived in South Korea early Sunday morning to begin a three-day tour of the country. His visit will focus on securing nuclear stability in the region. On Sunday, Obama visited the demilitarized zone that s... Read Post
President Barack Obama has urged North Korea "to have the courage to pursue peace" while warning Iran that time is running out over its nuclear stand-off. Speaking in Seoul, South Korea, ahead of a nuclear security summit, Mr Obama ... Read Post
Seoul, South Korea (CNN) - President Barack Obama arrived in South Korea on Sunday for a three-day trip centered on an international nuclear security summit in Seoul. He flew into Seoul, where he is expected to hold a bilateral meet... Read Post