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ReutersSEOUL, May 2 (Reuters) - South Korea has offered 300 billion won ($272.41 million) million in special loans to companies affected by Pyongyang's decision last month to close a jointly run industrial zone in North Korea, a government official said on...
Tensions in North Korea have been rising for months. With the nuclear sanctions placed on the country and its leader’s threats against his own people and the United States, those here in the Roanoke Valley came together Wednesday night to pray for...
Tags: Baptist, Religion and Belief, Christianity
ReutersBy Ben Blanchard DANDONG, China, May 1 (Reuters) - China has stepped up checks on shipments to and from North Korea almost two months after agreeing to new U.N. sanctions that demand greater scrutiny of trade, but the flow of goods in and out of the...
ReutersBy Ju-min Park SEOUL, April 30 (Reuters) - Park Hee-sung, a 78-year-old North Korean former agent who has been held in the enemy South for close to half a century, remains staunchly loyal to his homeland, the ruling Kim family and its Juche ideology of...
Japan readied its missile defense systems Tuesday against a possible North Korean weapons test, saying it would shoot down any missiles or debris if Japanese territory was threatened. Patriot anti-missile batteries were deployed on the grounds of the...
Tags: Shinzo Abe, Weaponry, Japan, Bodies of Water, Oceans
Autoblog.comFiled under: Government/Legal, South Korea Around 175 South Korean workers have been forced to pack up their belongings and leave a group of jointly operated factories in North Korea after tensions continued to escalate between the two countries. The...
ReutersBy Kim Do-gyun and Lim Sang-gyu PAJU, South Korea, April 29 (Reuters) - North Korea held back seven of 50 remaining South Koreans at the suspended jointly run factory zone north of the heavily armed border on Monday, citing last-minute checks on taxes...
Tags: Employees, Career and Workplace
ReutersSEOUL, April 27 (Reuters) - North Korea said on Saturday a Korean-American tourist, who has been held in prison by the reclusive state since late last year, will face trial for "committing crimes" against the North, a move that could further stoke...
Fiona Maazel possesses a formidable imagination and considerable linguistic virtuosity. Yet her second novel, “Woke Up Lonely,” a dystopian picaresque featuring a cultlike organization, government spies, a visit to North Korea, a slew of...
SEOUL -- South Korea said Friday it would pull its remaining workers from an industrial complex run jointly with North Korea after Pyongyang refused an offer to begin talks. Located just north of the demilitarized zone between the two countries, the...
ReutersSEOUL, April 26 (Reuters) - North Korea rejected on Friday a South Korean proposal for talks aimed at restarting a joint factory zone saying the South has acted in an "unpardonable" manner to jeopardize a "precious" legacy of the rivals' bid to seek...
Tags: Plant Openings, South Korea
Over the past 60 years, Americans have had a long-standing tension with North Korea, which seemed to have culminated in the past couple weeks with the recent threats of nuclear war. Recent reports have detailed that North Korea is suffering from food...
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