Rebel MPs from South Korea's ruling party form New Conservatives, sound out UN's Ban Ki-moon as presidential candidate.
North Korea’s military has threatened to take what its called “ a physical response” to a move by the US and South Korea to deploy an advanced missile defence…
As Pyongyang carries out military exercises simulating an attack on the presidential palace, South Korea warns the North to ends its provocations.
North Korea said it has fired five short-range projectiles amid heightened tension over the country’s nuclear and rocket programmes. South Korea
New statements have been made by Pyongyang that will do nothing to calm rising tensions on the Korean peninsula
As tensions heighten further on the Korean peninsula, the United States has put on a show of strength. Following North Korea’s nuclear test, the
Thursday marked the end of an emotional three-day reunion for hundreds of North and South Korean families separated since the 1950's civil war.
Apologise, or anti-North Korea propaganda will continue, South Korea tells Pyongyang as the situation remains tense despite talks between the two sides.
Tensions on the Korean peninsula have escalated with the North saying it is ready for an all-out war, according to the country’s Foreign Ministry
The North says South Korea started this latest shouting match with propaganda loudspeakers resuming broadcasts stopped for more than a decade. The
South Korea fired towards North Korea after Pyongyang allegedly launched shells to protest against giant propaganda loudspeakers pumping out Seoul’s
North Korea's leader says he is open to resuming peace talks with South Korea
Soldiers from North and South Korea are said to have exchanged gunfire along the military border. It’s the latest in a series of confrontations
They have been reunited after being separated for over six decades as South Koreans crossed the border with the North to meet their family members
North and South Korea held their first high-level talks in seven years on their armed border on Wednesday, exploring ways to improve ties while the
Conditions in North Korea’s prison camps have been compared to those discovered in Nazi jails after the Second World War in a new UN report. The
Families who found themselves living in two different countries after the 1950-53 Korean War will soon have the the chance to meet again, after North
Veterans of the 1950-53 Korean War met in Pyongyang on Tuesday to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the end of the conflict.
South Korea has requested working-level talks with the North on reopening the jointly-run Kaesong industrial zone. Manufacturing at the complex was
The United States has responded to North Korea’s offer of high level talks to ease tensions on the Korean peninsula. A senior US administration
North Korea has said it wants to have high-level talks with the United States in a bid to ease tension in the region. The move comes just days
South Korea has accepted an offer to hold talks on joint commercial projects from the North, pointing to a restoration of communication channels
South Korea has suspended operations at two more nuclear power reactors and extended the closure of a third after it was found that cables had been
North Korea fired three short-range missiles from its east coast on Saturday, South Korea’s Defence Ministry said, but the purpose of the launches
The last seven South Korean workers left the Kaesong industrial complex in North Korea on May 3 — and with them went the final channel of
South Korea has said it will pull out its remaining workers in the Kaesong industrial zone. It announced that the withdrawal follows North Korea’s
North Korea has moved two more short-range missile launchers to its east coast, according to a South Korean news agency. An unidentified military
A US intelligence report concludes North Korea has enough knowledge to arm a ballistic missile with a nuclear warhead. This new assessment by the
Japan has joined South Korea in raising its alert levels in prospect of North Korea launching an attack. Both countries say there are increasing
Syria and the crisis on the Korean peninsula are set to dominate the G8 meeting of foreign ministers in London. British Foreign Minister William