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North Korea on Tuesday slammed a recent United Nations report on child malnutrition in the country as a "sheer lie," saying it will need to review whether humanitarian assistance can "truly help us", Yonhap news agency’s report said.
SEOUL (Reuters) -North Korea said on Tuesday it would not take part in the Tokyo Olympics due to coronavirus concerns, dashing South Korean hopes that the Games could be a catalyst to revive peace talks.
In a South Korean rice field, the teenage world drone-racing champion is preparing to defend his title in one of the planet’s fastest and highest-tech sports.
China and South Korea vowed to work together to address problems on the Korean Peninsula during the first visit by a South Korean foreign minister to China in three years, the Yonhap news agency reported Saturday.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - European countries are providing help for Taiwan's indigenous submarine project, the island's defence ministry said, in a rare admission that the sensitive programme is not getting assistance solely from the United States.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): All North Koreans who are still in Malaysia are participants of the ‘Malaysia My Second Home’ (MM2H) programme and their movements have been identified, says Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador.
Thailand is ranked 82nd in the latest annual Fragile States Index published by the Fund for Peace (FFP), a US-based thinktank.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States will brief South Korea and Japan on Friday on President Joe Biden's long-awaited review of North Korea policy in talks on Friday that will also cover concerns about a shortage of semi-conductor chips, a senior administration official said on Thursday.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean capital Seoul said on Thursday that it has sent a proposal for co-hosting the 2032 Olympics with the North's Pyongyang to the International Olympic Committee (IOC), in an effort to keep its hopes alive despite Brisbane being the frontrunner.
SEOUL/BEIJING (Reuters): A South Korean foreign minister will visit China this week for the first time in three years, looking for ways to improve ties even as tensions are running high between Beijing and the United States, the South's most important ally.