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North Korea Airline Air Koryo Named Worst In The World, For The Fourth Time

PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — If an Air Koryo passenger ignores its no-photography rule, a flight attendant might take the camera and delete the pictures herself. Crumpling up a newspaper bearing the image of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un can earn travelers a stern lecture, or worse. Show More Summary

Seoul to Develop Projects Aimed at Reconciliation With Pyongyang

According to Minister of Strategy and Finance of South Korea, Seoul promised to complete a number of projects aimed at restoring good relations with Pyongyang.

Check Out Photos from Laibach's Trip to North Korea and Their New Mixed Media Authoritarian Video

You’ve probably been hearing about Laibach a lot recently. The industrial group recently went on a tour of North Korea in Pyongyang, playing their industrial and strange tunes for the locked off country. The industrial band playing for...Show More Summary

North Korea's new airport terminal has an Internet room, but can you use it?

Pyongyang's new terminal has all the features fliers have come to expect, but do they work?        

Seoul Ready to Discuss Lifting Sanctions Against Pyongyang

South Korea could begin negotiations with North Korea on lifting of sanctions imposed on Pyongyang, according to spokesman of the South Korean Unification Ministry Jeong Joon-hee.

Pyongyang Airport's Internet Lounge Is Missing Something

Pyongyang's shiny new airport building has all the features international travelers have come to expect, though some lose their luster upon closer examination. Case in point: Its Internet room appears to be missing the Internet. On two recent trips through the airport by the AP, the room's three terminals were...

Cannabis and 'The Sound of Music': What Laibach Learned in North Korea

Last week, the avant-garde industrial group Laibach became the first-ever Western rock group to perform in North Korea's capital, Pyongyang. The band, which formed in 1980 in what was then the communist country Yugoslavia and is now Slovenia, performed a short set last Wednesday that was mostly composed of tunes...

Russia Calls on Seoul, Pyongyang to Take Practical Steps to Ease Tensions

Last week, North Korea fired shells at a South Korean military base across the demilitarized zone in attempt to stop propaganda broadcasting from loudspeakers. Seoul responded with dozens of heavy artillery rounds.

Beijing Welcomes Agreements to Ease Tensions Between Seoul, Pyongyang

China welcomes agreements between South and North Korea to ease tensions on the Korean Peninsula, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said in a statement Tuesday.

S Korea stops cross-border broadcast in deal with North

Deal comes after Pyongyang expressed regret over recent wounding of South Korean soldiers.

US to Deploy 3 Stealth Bombers to Pacific

The United States will deploy three B-2s on a scheduled rotation amid rising tensions between Seoul and Pyongyang.

Korea Saga Breakthrough: Pyongyang, Seoul Agree to Ease Tensions

Seoul and Pyongyang reached an agreement on Monday to defuse tensions in the current border standoff, the joint statement broadcast live by the YNV news channel revealed.

Is Peaceful Coexistence Between the Two Koreas Realistic and Sustainable?

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (2nd L) speaks at an emergency meeting of the Workers' Party of Korea (WPK) Central Military Commission, in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang on August 21, 2015 (KCNA/Reuters). The South Korean injuries incurred on August 4 [...]

Pyongyang, Seoul Agree to Diffuse Tensions

Seoul and Pyongyang reached an agreement on Monday to defuse tensions in the current border standoff, the Yonhap news agency reported.

South Korea Vows to Blast Propaganda on DPRK Border

South Korean President Park Geun-hye said Monday that Seoul would continue broadcasting military propaganda over the border with North Korea, unless Pyongyang apologize for recent alleged provocations.

North Korea Declares ‘Quasi State of War’

Pyongyang on Friday declared a “a quasi-state of war in frontline areas.” Tensions remain high on the heavily armed border. South Korea fired dozens of artillery rounds at rival North Korea on Thursday after the North lobbed several rounds across the heavily armed border dividing the two. Pyongyang had threatened to take further action unless

Koreas resume crisis talks, South says North deploying subs

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North and South Korea resumed top-level talks Sunday on avoiding a threatened military clash, even as Seoul accused Pyongyang of undermining the process with provocative naval and land deployments. The South Korean defence ministry said...Show More Summary

Koreas resume crisis talks, South says North deploying subs

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North and South Korea Sunday resumed top-level talks Sunday on avoiding a threatened military clash, even as Seoul accused Pyongyang of undermining the process with provocative naval and land deployments. The South Korean defence ministry...Show More Summary

With Force Deployments, North Korea Raises Stakes of Talks With South

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As negotiators from both sides resumed talks in a border village on Sunday afternoon, Pyongyang was deploying more artillery toward the border, the South said.

Seoul, Pyongyang Resume High-Level Talks to Ease Tensions

The sides continued reconciliation talks to avoid a military conflict on the Korean Peninsula, YTN news channel reported.

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