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Latest South Korea Items
Talks between North Korea and the American-led U.N. Command have been rescheduled for Thursday after Pyongyang abruptly canceled a meeting to discuss the sinking of a South Korean warship blamed on Pyongyang.
Military officers from North Korea and the American-led U.N. Command will hold rare talks Tuesday on the deadly sinking of a South Korean warship, the command said, their first meeting since the incident dramatically raised tensions on the Korean Peninsula.
Sheila Schuller Coleman has been affirmed as lead pastor at the Crystal Cathedral megachurch, replacing her father Robert H. Schuller.
U.S. Navy Ensign Robert Langwell would have been destined for a dark, watery grave if not for the kindess of a fisherman in South Korea who pulled his body from the ocean some 60 years ago.
North Korea and the American-led U.N. Command will hold rare talks Tuesday on the deadly sinking of a South Korean warship, the command said, their first meeting since the incident dramatically raised tensions on the Korean peninsula.
The Security Council unanimously deplored the March attack on the South Korean naval warship that resulted in the deaths of 46 sailors as the White House anticipated North Korea's increased isolation.
The U.N. Security Council on Friday condemned a deadly attack on a South Korean warship that killed 46 sailors and pointed a finger toward North Korea but didn't directly blame the reclusive communist nation.
SEOUL | Hundreds of computers that helped cause a wave of outages on U.S. and South Korean government websites last July launched new attacks on the same sites, but no major interference was reported, police said Thursday.
The Afghan government's failure to tackle rampant corruption is widely seen as providing impetus to the Taliban insurgency in Afghanistan, according to a new report.