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Seoul/Pyongyang: A 'satisfied' Kim Jong-un has thanked South Korea for its 'impressive' efforts in hosting North Korea in the ongoing Winter Olympics. more
South Korea's President holds historic meeting with Kim Jong-un's sister

Seoul: South Korea's President Moon Jae-in held a historic meeting with Kim Yo-jong, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's sister, as relation between the two Korean nations are slowl ...

North Korea to send ceremonial head of state to South as tension eases

Seoul/Pyongyang: With tension easing between the two Korean nations, the Kim Jong-un led regime will be sending its ceremonial head of state to South during the Winter Olympics.

Trump deserves credit for talks between North, South Korea: Moon Jae-in

Seoul: South Korea's President Moon Jae-in has said his US counterpart Donald Trump 'deserves credit' for the talks between two warring neighbours North Korea and South Korea. ...

Trump's 'mine bigger than yours' tweet angers Twitterverse

Washington, Jan 3 (JEN): US President Donald Trump is a gifted man! He has a penchant for offending people with his blatant use of words (read tweets), something he does often.

US sanctions two North Korean missile developers

Washington, Dec 27 (JEN): The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has sanctioned two individuals in response to North Korea’s ongoing dev ...

Trump's Jerusalem gamble 'unites' the Muslim world

Washington, Dec 9 (JEN): Even before he took oath as the President of the United States of America, Donald Trump had been a much discussed topic in the Muslim world, mostly generating unf ...

Trump and co. slap new sanctions against North Korea, Chinese companies

Washington/Pyongyang/Beijing, Nov 22 (JEN): In a bid to tighten grip on North Korea and stop its nuclear programme, the United States has slapped new sanctions on Tuesday, a day after ret ...

US travel ban: N Korea, Venezuela and Chad among eight countries affected by the order

Washington, Sep 25 (JEN): The US government has added North Korea, Chad and Venezuela in its existing list of countries with travel prohibitions, to make 'America safe again'.