The Blue House, South Korea's presidential office, said the two leaders held talks for two hours in the truce village of Panmunjom, where they had met last month and made a declaration vowing to improve ties.
Move follows investigation into alleged misuse of power
Pakistan, Turkey agree on sale of 30 T129 ATAK helicopters, developed by Turkish Aerospace Industries, AgustaWestland
Pyongyang responds to President Donald Trump's cancellation of summit with Kim Jong-un
A curfew remained in pockets of Tuticorin city in Tamil Nadu state where police used live ammunition to disperse protesters this week, provoking international outrage and demands for an immediate investigation.
Pyongyang announced its plan to "completely" dismantle the Punggye-ri facility in the country's northeast, inviting some foreign journalists to witness the destruction.
Construction to take place in Bangsamoro Autonomous Region where Moro Muslims live
Amid calls for an end to martial law, the government says there is no reason to lift military rule in southern islands of Mindanao
Pyongyang pours further doubt on the planned summit with United States
Refugees will stay there in safe houses until repatriation process completed, says PM
If weather conditions are good, Pyongyang will dismantle its nuclear site on Thursday, says official
President’s remarks come amid calls for stronger response against Beijing’s militarization in South China Sea
Ahead of dismantlement of nuclear test site, North Korea approves list of reporters from the South
New book claims pilot deliberately ditched plane, killing 239 on board
Blistering heatwave grips port city of Karachi in last 72 hours
South Korea reveals frustration with Pyongyang but insists June 12 Trump-Kim summit is still on
Gjeorgi Petkov, 62, reportedly dies of heart problems. Nobukazu Kuriki had lost fingers in previous attempt
Police blame Taliban for killing along the route of multi-billion dollar TAPI pipeline project
Manila stresses its policy is not to publicize actions taken through diplomatic channels
The issue has long been controversial, with Pyongyang claiming the women were kidnapped from a North Korean state-run restaurant in China while Seoul insists they defected of their own free will.
Around 6,000 refugees from the persecuted minority have been camping on the narrow stretch of land since fleeing a brutal military crackdown in Myanmar's west last August.