Screws to be tightened on sanctions, ships may be stopped, searched
Pyongyang’s state-run news agency warns South Korean leader against making ‘rash remarks’
Olympic Committee ponders on whether to allow unified Korean team at upcoming PyeongChang Winter Games, North Korea says
Allies may resort to naval embargo in bid to stop nuclear program
High-level delegations meet for first dialogue in over two years
Seoul unveils agenda on eve of inter-Korean dialogue
North accepts South’s offer to meet for ‘high-level’ dialogue on January 9
Kim also welcomed Seoul's support for his overtures, a North Korean official told state television.
'I too have a Nuclear Button, but it is a much bigger & more powerful one than his, and my Button works!' says US president
Kim used his annual New Year address to warn he has a "nuclear button" on his table, but sweetened his remarks by expressing an interest in dialogue and participating in the Pyeongchang Games.
President Moon Jae-in wants swift talks with Pyongyang but stresses need for denuclearizing Korean Peninsula
Pyongyang is under multiple UN sanctions over its nuclear and missile tests and is prohibited from carrying out any launch using ballistic missile technology including satellites.
Pyongyang hits out at Britain for trying to impress the United States
Turkey’s ambassador to Canada says nations that fought in 1950-53 Korea War also invited
Pyongyang insists it will not give up nuclear weapons
South Korea points finger at Pyongyang over attacks on local cryptocurrency exchanges
Three of the crew have been arrested on suspicion of theft after they reportedly admitted to "taking out" electronic products from a remote Japanese island where they landed briefly to take refuge.
The move comes after a rare visit to North Korea by a senior UN official, who called for dialogue between Pyongyang and the international community to avert a potentially catastrophic "miscalculation" in the high-stakes nuclear crisis.
Trump and North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un have traded threats of war and personal insults in recent months as tensions remain high over the North's missile and nuclear threats.
The North has conducted a flurry of missile tests this year in defiance of repeated international protests, including from aviation authorities.
Jeffrey Feltman's visit -- the first by a UN diplomat of his rank since 2010 -- comes less than a week after North Korea said it test-fired a new ballistic missile capable of reaching the United States.