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Kim Jong-un keeps job
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was re-elected as the first chairman of the country’s powerful National Defense Commission (NDC), Wednesday. His re-election came during the first session of the North’s newly-elected Supreme People’s Assembly (SPA), said the state-run North Korean Central News Agency (KCNA).
NK warned against nuclear test
South Korea, the United States and Japan urged North Korea to drop its plan to conduct another nuclear test or face serious repercussions.
Seoul, Tokyo may meet over NK
Seoul is moving to hold a meeting with Tokyo over possible countermeasures to take against North Korea’s nuclear provocations, pushing aside disagreements over historical issues.
Seoul repatriates three North Korean sailors
Seoul repatriated three North Korean sailors rescued Friday in the aftermath of a cargo ship accident off South Korea’s coast via the inter-Korean truce village of Panmunjom, Sunday.
Human rights commission to face ICC demotion
The National Human Rights Commission of Korea (NHRC) faces being stripped of the highest “A” rating as the International Coordination Committee of National Human Rights Institutions (ICC) decided to rerate the NHRC.
Park tells envoys not to cater to politicians
Currently, 123 heads of overseas diplomatic missions are gathering in Seoul to attend an annual conference of mission chiefs which opened Monday and is scheduled to close Friday.
NK leader slams US
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has vowed to triumph over the United States’ “hostile policies,” calling the situation on the Korean Peninsula “grave.”
NK resorts to typical brinkmanship
North Korea’s latest provocations reflect its old tactic of seeking to secure for itself an upper hand in any negotiation with South Korea and the United States, analysts said Tuesday.
Park hints at flexible approach in aid to NK
DRESDEN - President Park Geun-hye showed her firm commitment to laying the groundwork for a peaceful unification of the two Koreas in her historical speech in this former East German city. She proposed a set of humanitarian and economic aid proposals to the North.
Seoul to take practical steps to learn from Berlin
President Park Geun-hye and German Chancellor Angela Merkel agreed Wednesday to fully learn from and share Berlin’s rich experience of unification.
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