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(2nd LD) South defeat North 1-0 in inter-Korean men's football match in Japan 
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(2nd LD) South defeat North 1-0 in inter-Korean men's football match in Japan 5 days ago
South Korea defeated North Korea 1-0 in a men's inter-Korean football match here on Tuesday.
Football fans from two Koreas meet again, see different result
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Football fans from two Koreas meet again, see different result 5 days ago
For those who already watched the women's inter-Korean football match in Japan earlier in the week, Tuesday's meeting between the two Korean men's team felt like deja vu in terms of fan involvement. The match result, though, was different this time.
S. Korean striker makes impressive int'l debut vs. N. Korea
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S. Korean striker makes impressive int'l debut vs. N. Korea 5 days ago
For South Korean striker Jin Seong-uk, it will be difficult to forget his first international opponents.
(LEAD) South defeat North 1-0 in inter-Korean men's football match in Japan 
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(LEAD) South defeat North 1-0 in inter-Korean men's football match in Japan 5 days ago
South Korea defeated North Korea 1-0 in a men's inter-Korean football match here on Tuesday.
Charles Jenkins: Cold War defector to North Korea dies -World News
Charles Jenkins: Cold War defector to North Korea dies 5 days ago
Charles Jenkins, a US Army deserter to North Korea who married a Japanese abductee and lived in Japan after their release, has died. He was 77. A group representing families of Japanese abductees to North Korea confirmed Mr Jenkins died on Monday after he
North Korea developing bio-warfare weapons at factory producing 'microbes by the tonne', US officials warn -World News
North Korea developing bio-warfare weapons at factory producing 'microbes by the tonne', US officials warn 5 days ago
Five months before North Korea's first nuclear test in 2006, US intelligence officials sent a report to Congress warning that secret work also was underway on a biological weapon. The communist regime, which had long ago acquired the pathogens that cause
Son of S. Korean Nobel Peace winner hopes to help promote inter-Korean exchanges
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Son of S. Korean Nobel Peace winner hopes to help promote inter-Korean exchanges 5 days ago
The new chief of South Korea's major pro-unification group said Tuesday that he will explore ways to extend humanitarian aid to North Korea to restart stalled inter-Korean civilian exchanges.
Allies discuss timing of joint drills amid PyeongChang concern
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Allies discuss timing of joint drills amid PyeongChang concern 5 days ago
The U.S. military confirmed Tuesday that it is in consultations with South Korea over the concern that their annual exercise may antagonize North Korea before or during the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games.
(LEAD) N. Korean defense conference calls for intensifying nuclear force
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(LEAD) N. Korean defense conference calls for intensifying nuclear force 5 days ago
North Korea has kicked off a defense conference where a senior ruling party official called for further intensifying the country's nuclear force, the North's state-run news agency said Tuesday.
38 North: Tunnel Work Continues at N. Korea's Nuke Test Site -World News
38 North: Tunnel Work Continues at N. Korea's Nuke Test Site 5 days ago
The U.S.-based Web site 38 North reports  reports that tunnel work apparently continues to take place at North Korea’s Punggyeri nuclear test site.
Poland paid compensation for death of N. Korean worker: report
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Poland paid compensation for death of N. Korean worker: report 5 days ago
Poland has confirmed it made a compensation payment to North Korea for the 2014 death of a North Korean laborer, Voice of America (VOA) reported Tuesday.
Today in Korean history -World News
Today in Korean history 5 days ago
Emperor Gojong ascends to the throne at the age of 12 to become the 26th monarch of the Joseon Dynasty. His reign lasts until 1907, but his wife, Empress Myeongseong, is killed by Japanese assassins in 1895. Japan later annexes the country and rules the
Charles Jenkins, U.S. Soldier Who Regretted Fleeing to North Korea, Dies -World News
Charles Jenkins, U.S. Soldier Who Regretted Fleeing to North Korea, Dies 5 days ago
Mr. Jenkins was patrolling the demilitarized zone separating North and South Korea when he fled his post to avoid facing combat duty in Vietnam.
N. Korean defense conference calls for intensifying nuclear force
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N. Korean defense conference calls for intensifying nuclear force 6 days ago
North Korea has kicked off a defense conference where a senior ruling party official called for further intensifying the country's nuclear force, the North's state-run news agency said Tuesday.
N. Korea tensions won't affect PyeongChang Olympics: Rep. Royce
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N. Korea tensions won't affect PyeongChang Olympics: Rep. Royce 6 days ago
Rep. Ed Royce, a ranking U.S. lawmaker deeply involved in North Korean affairs, said Monday he does not believe tensions over the regime's weapons programs will hurt the upcoming Winter Olympics in South Korea's PyeongChang.
N. Korea Holds Meeting of Defense Industry Workers -World News
N. Korea Holds Meeting of Defense Industry Workers 6 days ago
North Korean defense industry workers and scientists gathered in Pyongyang for a national meeting with leader Kim Jong-un in attendance.   The No
U.S. to announce N.K. sanctions after legal process: White House
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U.S. to announce N.K. sanctions after legal process: White House 6 days ago
The White House said Monday that new sanctions on North Korea will be announced upon completion of a "legal process." U.S. President Donald Trump vowed last month to impose "additional major sanctions" on North Korea in response to its launch of a powe
North Korea: Russian military chief attacks US-led drills near border for causing instability -World News
North Korea: Russian military chief attacks US-led drills near border for causing instability 6 days ago
Russia's military chief warned on Monday that military exercises by Japan, the United States and South Korea aimed at countering North Korea only raise hysteria and create more instability in the region. Russian Chief of the General Staff of the Armed For
U.S. 'well postured' to deal with possible N.K. SLBM: Pentagon
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U.S. 'well postured' to deal with possible N.K. SLBM: Pentagon 6 days ago
The United States is "well postured" to deal with a possible submarine-launched ballistic missile from North Korea, the Pentagon said Monday.
Dennis Rodman requests US-North Korea envoy role to 'have a glass of wine' with Kim Jong un -World News
Dennis Rodman requests US-North Korea envoy role to 'have a glass of wine' with Kim Jong un 6 days ago
Former basketball star Dennis Rodman has suggested Donald Trump should appoint him as an envoy to North Korea. Rodman told reporters in Beijing, from where he had been hoping to fly to Pyongyang for his sixth trip there, that he would have a glass of wine
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Moon urges N.K. to stop delusional thinking, come to denuclearization talks
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Moon urges N.K. to stop delusional thinking, come to denuclearization talks 6 days ago
President Moon Jae-in has said that it is "delusional thinking" for North Korea to believe that nuclear weapons will guarantee its security, urging Pyongyang to stop such misjudgment and come out to denuclearization talks.
Fearing the Worst, China Plans Refugee Camps on North Korean Border -World News
Fearing the Worst, China Plans Refugee Camps on North Korean Border 6 days ago
A Chinese county has a blueprint in place if a crisis in North Korea results in thousands of refugees crossing the border.
North beat South 1-0 in inter-Korean women's football match in Japan 
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North beat South 1-0 in inter-Korean women's football match in Japan 6 days ago
North Korea beat South Korea 1-0 in a women's inter-Korean football match in Chiba on Monday.
S. Korea women's football coach laments poor performance vs. N. Korea
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S. Korea women's football coach laments poor performance vs. N. Korea 6 days ago
South Korea women's football coach Yoon Duk-yeo on Monday lamented his side's painful loss to North Korea at a regional tournament, saying they couldn't fully show what they were capable of.