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SEOUL, South Korea (AFP): South Korea's Tottenham Hotspur star Son Heung-min said the historic World Cup qualifier in Pyongyang was a "very aggressive" match that made him fear injuries, with North Korean players even swearing at him and his teammates.
Seoul: New pictures of Kim Jong-un riding a white horse through a winter landscape to the summit of Mount Paektu, a sacred peak for North Koreans, have fuelled speculation that the leader may be set for a major policy announcement.
WASHINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) - The senior U.S. defense official for Asia said on Tuesday the United States wants China to improve its enforcement of sanctions on North Korea and take other steps to press Pyongyang to be more constructive in talks with the United States.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Aides to Kim Jong Un are convinced the North Korean leader plans "a great operation", state media said on Wednesday in a report that included lavish descriptions and images of the leader riding a white horse up North Korea's most sacred mountain.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean football fans will be left in the dark as their national team play in North Korea for the first time in 30 years on Tuesday, with Pyongyang refusing to broadcast the World Cup qualifier live amid a return of chilled relations with Seoul.
SEOUL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - North Korea issued a veiled warning on Thursday that it could eventually end a freeze in long-range missile testing as it criticised a call by U.N. Security Council members for it to give up its nuclear weapons and denounced a recent U.S. missile test.
HANOI: It’s the kind of shot every Instagram connoisseur yearns for: century-old railway tracks cutting through dusty backstreets, flanked by tourists drinking beer or iced tea mere inches from the slow-moving trains.
HANOI (Reuters) - It's the kind of shot every Instagram connoisseur yearns for: century-old railway tracks cutting through dusty backstreets, flanked by tourists drinking beer or iced tea mere inches from the slow-moving trains.
BEIJING: It is up to Washington to alter its approach if it wants more talks with North Korea, Pyongyang’s chief nuclear negotiator says, after weekend discussions between the sides broke down amid acrimony.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin's office dismissed as untrustworthy on Monday a Washington Post report about his telephone conversations with U.S. President Donald Trump.