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South Korea has conveyed U.S. President Donald Trump's birthday wishes to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un after the U.S. president asked Seoul to deliver the message during a meeting with South Korean national security official Chung Eui Yong in Washington, Yonhap reported Jan. 10.
The United States and North Korea have been engaged in denuclearization talks since 2018 under the auspices of a unilateral North Korean suspension of nuclear and long-range missile tests. But Pyongyang's patience with Washington's hard-line negotiating position is growing thin, with North Korea now saying it will no longer keep
China and Russia have circulated a proposal to the U.N. Security Council to lift some sanctions on North Korea, particularly export restrictions of seafood, statuary, textiles and laborers, as well as carve out exemptions for inter-Korean road and railway connections, The Japan Times reported Dec. 17.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has declined a personal invitation from South Korean President Moon Jae In to attend a Nov. 25-27 commemorative summit by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations in Busan, The Korea Times reported Nov. 21.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has ordered the demolishment of South Korean facilities at Mount Kumgang, the international tourist zone hailed as a symbol of inter-Korean cooperation, The New York Times reported Oct. 23.
North Korea's Foreign Ministry has said upcoming military exercises between the United States and South Korea in August will affect the resumption of working-level talks between Pyongyang and Washington, The Japan Times reported July 16.
Just over four months since the high-profile breakdown of their summit in Hanoi, Vietnam, U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have met again. On June 30, in what Trump couched as a relatively impromptu event, they held a 50-minute meeting at the inter-Korean border's Panmunjom
U.S. President Donald Trump said in a June 28 tweet that he is willing to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the inter-Korean border during Trump's visit to South Korea following the G-20 summit in Osaka, Japan.
After a hiatus of 521 days, North Korea has resumed its missile-testing regime. On May 9, the country launched its second flight test in less than a week of what appear to be short-range missiles. Its May 4 launch involved multiple missiles, possibly including several of the same type. North
North Korea has launched another two projectiles from Kusong into the Sea of Japan at an altitude of 50 kilometers (roughly 31 miles), with the first traveling 420 kilometers (261 miles) and the second traveling 270 kilometers (168 miles), Yonhap reported May 9.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has stated that North Korea's May 4 weapons test did not threaten the United States or its allies and did not violate the moratorium on long- and medium-range missile tests, NK News reported May 5.
South Korea's presidential office expressed concern about a North Korean weapons test on May 4 over the Sea of Japan, noting that it believes the test to be a violation of the inter-Korean military agreement, Reuters reported.
U.S. President Donald Trump's Twitter announcement to cancel U.S. Treasury Department sanctions on North Korea was referring to unpublicized new measures the department had been planning to announce this week, according to anonymous White House officials, The Washington Post reported March 22.
The U.S. Treasury Department has imposed its first North Korea-related sanctions since the breakdown of talks between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at a summit in Hanoi, according to a March 21 announcement.
North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho commented on the breakdown of the U.S.-North Korea summit in Hanoi, saying that Pyongyang had offered a "realistic proposal" of permanently dismantling the Yongbyon nuclear facility in exchange for the "partial easing" of U.S. sanctions.
Hopes of a breakthrough abounded as U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un went to Hanoi, Vietnam, for a second landmark summit, but the two heads of state are returning home without a deal. Speaking after the cancellation of their working lunch on Feb. 28, Trump
With eight months of lackluster progress toward North Korean denuclearization since their first summit, U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will sit down in the Vietnamese capital of Hanoi this week. The summit begins with heightened pressure on the U.S. side to extract some sort