Armed security officers are now guarding the body of Kim Jong Nam, 24/7. Kim Jong Nam is the older half-brother of Kim Jong Un, the leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. He's been estranged from his family for several years. Show More Summary
North Korea is closed this century.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea blamed Malaysia on Thursday for the death of one of its citizens there last week and accused it of an "unfriendly attitude" in a scenario drawn up by South Korea, which has said Pyongyang agents assassinated the North Korean leader's half-brother.
A North Korean state economic official sought Tuesday to play down the impact of China's shock announcement that it was suspending coal imports from the country for the rest of the year. The move, which came shortly after another missile...Show More Summary
Cheer up, America! We aren’t as fucked up as North Korea! (Yet.) by Ann Romano MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13 Welcome back to One Day at a Time, dears—where the news cycle has been dominated for months by a disliked dimwit charlatan who, impossibly, has amassed a staggering amount of power. Show More Summary
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — More than a week has passed since the North Korean leader's estranged half brother died in Malaysia, but what killed him, who instigated it and why are still unknown. Malaysian authorities have identified several suspects in the death of Kim Jong Nam, but many questions remain.
After explaining to the American public two weeks ago that Vladimir Putin invaded Korea, Democrat Party mouthpiece congresswoman Maxine Waters appeared on MSNBC's 'All in with Chris Hayes' and told the American public that the TrumpShow More Summary
SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Two top Navy fleet commanders said Tuesday that the next potential conflict hotspot would likely be in Korea. "If there’s a fight tonight, it’s probably going to happen on the Korean peninsula," said Vice Adm. Joseph Aucoin, commander of 7th Fleet, in a panel discussion at the AFCEA West 2017 conference. Vice Adm. Show More Summary
Detectives probing the assassination of Kim Jong-Un's half-brother want to question a North Korean diplomat, Malaysia's top policeman said Wednesday. Investigators have put five North Koreans in the frame for last week's brazen killing of Kim Jong-Nam at Kuala Lumpur International Airport and have said they are seeking three more for questioning.
A U.N. group of experts has proposed to establish a special international tribunal to deal with human rights violation in the reclusive country.
Scientists predict that life expectancy is likely to continue rising in developed nations, potentially exceeding 90 years for women in South Korea by 2030.
Yesterday, a report from South Korea suggested Samsung would look to sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7 units in emerging markets like India and Vietnam. Today, Samsung denies that report.
Armed men stood guard Tuesday at the morgue holding the body of the assassinated half-brother of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un, with officials denying reports the dead man's son had arrived to claim the remains. The corpse of KimShow More Summary
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South Korea has some of the lowest obesity rates in the world.
A Danish court extended Wednesday for another month the detention of the daughter of Choi Soon-Sil, the woman at the centre of a corruption scandal that led to the impeachment of South Korea's president. Chung Yoo-Ra, the 20-year-old...Show More Summary
South Korea's Constitutional Court will hold its final impeachment hearing to rule on the fate of President Park Geun-Hye at the end of the month, Yonhap News Agency reported Wednesday. Park was impeached by parliament in December over...Show More Summary
Malaysian police on Wednesday named a North Korean diplomat along with a state airline official who are wanted for questioning over the murder of Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korea's leader. Kim Jong Nam, 46, was killed at Kuala Lumpur International Airport on Feb. Show More Summary
SEOUL (Reuters) - Lawyers for South Korean President Park Geun-hye accused one of the judges reviewing her impeachment of bias on Wednesday and asked him to excuse himself, in a dramatic twist in a case engulfing members of the political and business elite.