High-level delegations meet for first dialogue in over two years
Kim also welcomed Seoul's support for his overtures, a North Korean official told state television.
The 5,100-tonne KOTI was detained two weeks ago at the South's port of Pyeongtaek-Dangjin and its crew are being investigated over the alleged ship-to-ship transfers, Yonhap news agency cited local maritime officials as saying.
North and South Korea both open fire following another soldier’s defection
South Korea finds no fault with US President Donald Trump's threat to 'totally destroy' North
The flight was to "demonstrate the deterrence capability of the US-South Korea alliance against North Korea's nuclear and missile threats", the ministry said in a statement.
South Korean leader Moon Jae-in says Pyongyang’s nuclear threat must be resolved by peaceful means
Philippine foreign minister conveys group’s concern to North Korean counterpart
United States shows off military force in wake of North Korean ICBM test
South Korea wants to tame tensions with military meeting at heavily guarded border
This is a combination that suprises many.
The move will raise tensions in the region and comes hard on the heels of a US missile strike on Syria that was widely interpreted as putting Pyongyang on warning over its refusal to abandon its nuclear ambitions.
Impeachment of Park Geun-hye unanimously upheld by Constitutional Court
The fallout from the attack continued after US media reported unofficial talks in New York between North Korean and former American officials had been cancelled.
Detectives in Kuala Lumpur are trying to get to the bottom of the cloak-and-dagger murder that South Korea says was carried out by poison-wielding female agents working for their secretive northern neighbour.
South Korea’s three opposition parties said Friday that they would vote Dec. 9 on a motion to impeach President Park Geun-hye whilst thousands have marched in Seoul demanding the ousting of the president
President Park Geun-hye aims to heal rift with South Korea's ruling party rebels ahead of impeachment vote next week
Tens of thousands of South Koreans protested in central Seoul on Saturday in one the largest demonstrations in the country's capital for years
Typhoon Chaba leaves path of destruction across South Korea’s southern coastline
Jin Kyung-joon, a vice ministerial-level official, is the first high levelprosecutor arrested while in office
North Korea breaks silence over allies’ decision to deploy United States’ contentious THAAD system in South Korea