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China gave COVID-19 vaccine to Kim Jong Un: analyst
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China gave COVID-19 vaccine Kim Jong Un: analyst
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Kim Jong Un used China's COVID vaccine candidate: analyst
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North Korean crossed DMZ in possible defection
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Trump and Biden: a contrasting approach to foreign relations
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Xi touts China's sovereignty on war anniversary
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Kim Jong-un tears up during massive military parade
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North Korean leader chokes up during speech
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North Korea hosts 'mass games' for 75th anniversary of ruling party
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What are North Korea's Mass Games?
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North Korea shows off giant missiles at huge military parade
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Kim Jong-Un Unveils New Nuclear Missile During Huge Parade
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North Korea holds rare military parade, Kim Jong Un addresses
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N. Korea unveils 'monster' intercontinental missile
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North Korea displays 'new' intercontinental missile in military parade
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North Korea continues to present 'extraordinary' threat to region: Pentagon officialNorth Korea's activities in recent days have shown that Pyongyang continues to pose an "extraordinary" threat to the Asia-Pacific region, a senior Pentagon official said on Thursday.
South Korea's nuclear envoy visits U.S. as tensions flare with North KoreaSouth Korea's chief nuclear negotiator will hold talks with officials in Washington on Thursday amid flaring tensions with North Korea after Pyongyang blew up an inter-Korean liaison office and..
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South Korea's Moon faces crisis in peace bid with North but has few optionsSouth Korea's President Moon Jae-in faces the biggest crisis yet in his bid to foster reconciliation with North Korea, as it lashes out with the destruction of a joint office and rolls back agreements,..
North Korea rejects South's offer of envoys, vows to redeploy border troopsNorth Korea said on Wednesday it had rejected a South Korean offer to send special envoys to ease escalating tension over defiance by North Korean defectors and stalled reconciliation efforts, and it..
South Korean unification minister offers to step down, Yonhap saysSouth Korean Unification Minister Kim Yeon-chul, who oversees engagement with North Korea, offered on Tuesday to step down, saying he takes responsibility for a worsening in ties between the..
South Korea says will no longer accept unreasonable behavior by North KoreaSouth Korea's presidential Blue House said on Wednesday that recent North Korean criticism of President Moon Jae-in was senseless and that it will no longer accept unreasonable behavior by the North.
Timeline: From historic summit to building destruction, North Korea unsettles U.S.North Korea on Tuesday blew up a building set up in 2018 in a border town as a joint liaison office to foster better ties with South Korea, the latest in a series of actions by Pyongyang that have..
U.S. urges North Korea to 'refrain from further counterproductive actions'The United States responded to North Korea's blowing up of a joint liaison office with South Korea on Tuesday by saying it fully supports Seoul's efforts on inter-Korean relations and urging Pyongyang..
North Korea destroys inter-Korean liaison office in 'terrific explosion'North Korea on Tuesday blew up a building set up in 2018 in a border town as a joint liaison office to foster better ties with South Korea after threatening action if North Korean defectors went ahead..
U.S. says in 'close coordination' with South Korea after North Korea destroys liaison officeThe U.S. government is in "close coordination" with South Korea after North Korea destroyed an inter-Korean liaison office on Tuesday, a senior Trump administration official said.
Britain warns against security law for Hong Kong as North Korea defends ChinaBritain said on Tuesday that China's plan to impose national security legislation on Hong Kong would undermine the autonomy in the former British colony and could threaten its rights and freedoms.
South Korea vows to respond sternly if North keeps raising tensionsSouth Korea's presidential office said on Tuesday it will respond sternly if North Korea continues to raise tensions after destroying a joint liaison office that was a symbol of inter-Korean..
Kremlin concerned about situation on Korean peninsula, calls for restraintThe Kremlin said on Tuesday it was concerned about the situation on the Korean peninsula and called for restraint from all sides after North Korea destroyed an inter-Korean liaison office.
North Korea blows up liaison office on its side of border with SouthNorth Korea blew up and destroyed an inter-Korean liaison office in its border city of Kaesong on Tuesday, South Korea said, after Pyongyang threatened to take action if defector groups push ahead with..
North Korea appears to have blown up inter-Korean liaison office: YonhapNorth Korea appears to have blown up an inter-Korean liaison office located in its city of Kaesong, Yonhap news agency said on Tuesday, citing a South Korean military source.
North Korean army 'fully ready' for action over South Korean propaganda leaflets: KCNANorth Korea's army is ready to take action if defector groups push ahead with their campaign to send propaganda leaflets into North Korea, state media said on Tuesday, in the latest warning of..
Japan halts deployment of Aegis Ashore missile defence systemJapanese Defence Minister Taro Kono said on Monday that he had suspended plans to deploy two Aegis Ashore air defence radar stations designed to detect and counter North Korean ballistic missiles.
South Korea's Moon urges North to keep peace deals, return to talksSouth Korea's President Moon Jae-in urged North Korea on Monday to refrain from raising tension and return to dialogue, after threats trumpeted by state media in Pyongyang to cut ties and take military..
South Korea says North Korea should honour agreementsSouth Korea's Unification Ministry on Sunday said North Korea should honor past agreements signed between the two countries, a day after Pyongyang warned of retaliatory measures against the south that..
North Korea warns of retaliatory actions over defectors in SouthThe sister of North Korea's leader has warned of retaliatory measures against South Korea that could involve the military, in the latest escalation of tensions over defectors from the North who have..
China says U.S. should address North Korea's concernsChina said on Friday the United States should take concrete measures to address North Korea's concerns, amid escalating tensions between Pyongyang and Washington.
North Korea says little reason to maintain Kim-Trump ties: KCNANorth Korea sees little use in maintaining a personal relationship between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump if Washington sticks to hostile policies, state media reported..
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North Korea defectors push ahead with leaflet and aid campaigns despite South Korea legal threatsTwo North Korean defector-run groups targeted for legal action by South Korean authorities say they intend to continue sending propaganda leaflets and humanitarian aid into North Korea, despite..
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North Korea says U.S. has no standing to comment on inter-Korean affairs: KCNANorth Korea's Foreign Ministry on Thursday said the United States has no standing to comment on inter-Korean affairs, the state media KCNA reported.
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North Korea to sever hotlines with South Korea in first step to cut contactNorth Korea said on Tuesday it would sever hotlines with South Korea as the first step toward shutting down all contact.
U.N. expert says some are 'starving' in North KoreaA United Nations human rights expert voiced alarm on Tuesday at what he called "widespread food shortages and malnutrition" in North Korea, made worse by a nearly five-month border closure with China..
U.N. expert reports widespread food shortages, 'starving' in North KoreaA United Nations human rights expert voiced alarm on Tuesday at what he called "widespread food shortages and malnutrition" in North Korea, which have been exacerbated by a nearly five-month border..
China says it hopes North Korea, South Korea will cooperate through dialogueChina said on Tuesday it hopes North Korea and South Korea will cooperate through dialogue, amid renewed tensions after Pyongyang said it will cut hotlines with Seoul.
Explainer: Pyongyang calling - What we know about the hotlines to North KoreaNorth Korea has said it is cutting communication hotlines with South Korea, a tactic the isolated country has used repeatedly during periods of rising tension.
North Korea's Kim stresses self-sufficient economy as tensions with South Korea riseNorth Korean leader Kim Jong Un focused on domestic economic issues at a meeting of the politburo of the country's ruling Workers Party, state media said on Monday, as the North ramped up pressure on..
North Korea criticizes South Korea, threatens to close liaison officeNorth Korea lashed out at South Korea for the second day in a row on Friday, threatening to close an inter-Korean liaison office and calling the South naive to think the North wants dialogue and..
North Korea expresses support for China's measures in Hong KongNorth Korea's foreign minister met with the Chinese ambassador to express support for China's measures in Hong Kong, North Korea's KCNA state news agency said on Friday.
North Korea says U.S. in no position to criticise ChinaNorth Korea on Thursday said the United States is in no position to criticise China over Hong Kong or human rights when Washington threatens to "unleash dogs" to suppress anti-racism protests at home.
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