North and South Korea meet in the common border

The first meeting of the last years will be in the village where they signed the armistice that extends through the heavily armed border between the two countries. Both sides are scheduled to resume talks to renew the activities in a jointly administered factory and other...

North Korea fires another short-range missile

The Yonhap agency reported that the North Korean regime fired this Monday another one short-range missile into waters of the East Sea (Sea of Japan) from its eastern coast, this is the third day in a row of missile trials. The missile of today is the fourth of its kind to be...

South Korea would dialogue with North Korea on shared territory

South Korea proposed North Korea to establish a dialogue in “working groups” to resolve tensions between the two nations. These negotiations could be made in the Kaesong Industrial Complex, which prohibits access to Pyongyang Koreans since April 3 and threatened, in...

North Korea seeks to be recognized as a Nuclear State

North Korea reiterated its demand to be recognized as a nuclear power, saying it is a prerequisite to start a dialogue with the United States. A commentary in the official North Korean newspaper Rodong Sinmun, rejected as “totally unacceptable” U.S. a demand that...

North Korea presents conditions for dialogue with South Korea and the U.S.

On Thursday, North Korea made a list of conditions in order to resume talks with its southern neighbor and the United States. Among its points is the withdrawal of UN sanctions and termination of joint maneuvers US-South Korea. “If the enemies United States and South Korea...

North Korea denounces as ‘humiliating’ the dialogue with the U.S.

North Korea on Tuesday rejected a dialogue that they qualified as ‘humiliating’ with the United States and added that negotiations can only take if Washington abandons its policy ‘hostile’ and nuclear threats. “We are not opposed to dialogue, but we can...

United States is willing to negotiate with North Korea

Despite the nuclear threats from North Korea, the United States said this Monday in Tokyo, that they remain open to negotiations with North Korea. The statement was made by U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, from the Japanese capital, and urged Pyongyang to attend the talks....

North Korea reiterated its threat

Despite the efforts of the U.S. secretary of state, John Kerry and the South Korean foreign minister, Yun Byung-se, to pressure Pyongyang to cease its hostility, yesterday North Korea threatened Japan with “nuclear fire” In an editorial published by the official...
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