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Gov't mulls extending troop dispatch in Sudan, Lebanon
The government said Monday it will seek to extend the overseas operational periods of two Korean units.
High-level US envoy required for detainee
North Korea is insisting that the United State send a high-ranking official to Pyongyang if it wants American missionary detainee Kenneth Bae released, according to Voice of America (VOA).
Chinese envoy backs NK diplomacy
China’s ambassador to Korea said on Tuesday that North Korea should be regarded as an ordinary member of the international community.
Ruling party lawmaker returns 'Chuseok' bonus
A ruling Saenuri Party lawmaker returned Chuseok bonus money, Monday, that is given to all members of the two major parties.
NK signs 'Rights of Child' protocol
North Korea signed the optional United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) protocol, the Voice of America (VOA) reported Thursday quoting the United Nations.
Vice FM visits Japan's sex slavery victim
Vice foreign minister Cho Tae-Yong first visited a shelter for survivors of Japan’s wartime sexual enslavement, ahead of a bilateral meeting with his Japanese counterpart.
N. Korea criticizes US for human rights violations
With North Korea’s top diplomat scheduled to visit the United States this month, the North on Wednesday stated that it believes the U.S. government is violating the human rights of American citizens.
Workshops boosts network of Korean, ASEAN youths
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)-Korea Center hosted a youth workshop in Vietnam, aimed at promoting cultural exchange and understanding among university students from Korea and Sutheast Asia.
Dokdo is not just rocky islets but symbol of independence
Participants and winners of the fifth International Dokdo Essay Contest said Thursday that they hope for more opportunities similar to the contest to get more global recognition of Dokdo as Korean territory.
Release of film on NK leader murder delayed
The release of a Hollywood action-comedy movie about the assassination of North Koreans leader Kim Jong-un scheduled for October has been delayed to December, the Voice of America (VOA) reported Wednesday.
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