Americans hankering for a drink at the Pyongyang beer festival or to run the city marathon in October are set to be sorely disappointed by a proposed US government ban on tourism to North Korea. The ban, which is expected to come into...Show More Summary
The State Department said Friday it will prohibit U.S. citizens from traveling to North Korea starting late next month, citing the risk of arrest and imprisonment by the authoritarian regime in Pyongyang. The decision by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson bars use of U.S. passports "to travel in,...
Last month, American student Otto Warmbier was repatriated from North Korea after being accused of stealing a propaganda banner from the hotel his group was staying at in Pyongyang. He
In the wake of an American student’s death, the U.S. decides to cut off travel to North Korea.
Officials responsible for Hawaii’s Emergency Management Agency will launch a new civil defense plan Friday designed to protect residents in case of a nuclear attack from North Korea. Since Pyongyang stepped up missile tests in 2017, launching what is believed to be an inter-continental ballistic...
(Reuters) - Earlier this month South Korea proposed military talks with the North. The formal initiative from Seoul's new government could lead to the first high-level discussions between the rival states since 2015.
The state's Emergency Management Agency is telling people what to do if Pyongyang fires a nuke at it.
The United States will bar Americans from travelling to North Korea in the coming weeks, travel agencies said Friday, a month after a US tourist, student Otto Warmbier, died following his imprisonment by Pyongyang. China-based YoungShow More Summary
U.S. President Donald Trump almost always asks about North Korea, CIA Director Mike Pompeo said, adding the threat from Pyongyang “is at the front of his mind.” Speaking at the Aspen Security Forum on Thursday, Pompeo avoided stating a position for Washington on regime change, but said...
The news comes just hours after Pyongyang blew off diplomatic talks with South Korea.
South Korea on Friday urged North Korea to accept its offers for talks as Pyongyang continued to ignore Seoul's proposal for a military meeting to ease animosities along their tense … Click to Continue »
North Korea has not responded to South Korea's offer to hold military talks Friday, Seoul said, dimming prospects of any ease in tensions after Pyongyang tested its first intercontinental ballistic missile. "There has been no response...Show More Summary
Lim Ji-hyun fled North Korea to make a life in China and later South Korea, where she gained some fame by appearing on a television show that featured defectors who left Pyongyang behind. Now she's surfaced on television again — this...Show More Summary
Despite a push to quickly slap new UN sanctions on North Korea, the United States is bogged down in "slow-going" negotiations with China on a response to Pyongyang's first ICBM launch, diplomats said Wednesday. US Ambassador Nikki Haley...Show More Summary
South Korea is investigating the case of a North Korean defector who became a celebrity refugee in Seoul, but recently appeared on Pyongyang television to claim she had returned home from the "hell" of the capitalist South. Lim Ji-Hyun,...Show More Summary
Authored by Tsvetana Paraskova via OilPrice.com, Diesel and gasoline prices in North Korea have jumped since China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) halted sales of fuel to Pyongyang, Reuters reported on Monday, citing data on prices collected...Show More Summary
South Korea on Monday offered to hold rare military talks with North Korea, aiming to ease tensions after Pyongyang tested its first intercontinental ballistic missile. The offer of talks, the first since South Korea elected dovish President...Show More Summary
North Korea "clearly" has the range to hit parts of the United States with an intercontinental ballistic missile -- but not with much accuracy, a top US general said Tuesday. Pyongyang on July 4 for the first time tested an ICBM that experts said could potentially reach parts of Alaska or Hawaii. Show More Summary
It's President Moon's first formal overture to North Korea since taking office, and Beijing approves.
As the Trump administration heads toward a showdown with Pyongyang, Vladimir Putin sees strategic advantage to be gained.