South Korea stops broadcasting propaganda into North Korea ahead of summit
Monday, 23 April 2018 South Korea's military switched off loudspeakers blasting messages into North Korea on Monday, ahead of a talks between Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong-un, which will take place on Friday.
South Korea halted the propaganda broadcasts it blares across the border at North Korea on Monday ahead of their first summit in a decade, as U.S. President Donald Trump cautioned the nuclear crisis on the peninsula was a long way from being resolved. The gesture came after North Korea said on...
The United States and North Korea plan to hold high-level talks in Washington as soon as this week to discuss a second summit of their leaders, following a prolonged stalemate in nuclear talks, South..
A source told CNN that President Donald Trump sent North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a letter. According to CNN, the two are currently negotiating details of a second meeting. South Korean President Moon..
Reuters reports China and South Korea called for concessions from the United States as well as North Korea, ahead of a possible second summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and U.S. President..
By Hyonhee Shin SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is on his way to China for his fourth summit with China's Xi Jinping, South Korean media said... Firstpost - WorldAlso reported by •WorldNews •New Zealand Herald •S.China Morning Post
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea has stopped calling North Korea an “enemy” in its biennial defense document in an apparent effort to continue... Seattle Times - Front PageAlso reported by •New Zealand Herald
Negotiations are underway on the site for a second summit between the U.S. and North Korea, President Donald Trump said on Sunday, although he didn’t specify... USATODAY.com - Front PageAlso reported by •New Zealand Herald
China and South Korea called for concessions from the United States as well as North Korea, ahead of a possible second summit between North Korean leader Kim... Reuters - Front PageAlso reported by •New Zealand Herald