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North, South Korea to Hold Talks Next Week, Trump Takes Credit

Pyongyang (TLS) – North and South Korea have scheduled talks for Jan. 9, forsee window for peace and reconciliation. North and South Korea announced Friday that they will hold official peace talks on Jan. 9 after Pyongyang sent a statement accepting Seoul’s offer for dialogue next week. The talks will be held at the Peace House, […]

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China Says War Must Not be Allowed on Korean Peninsula

Beijing (TNA) – War must not be allowed to break out on the Korean peninsula and the issue must be resolved through talks, Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Thursday, while UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned of the danger of “sleepwalking” into conflict. Xi made his comments to visiting South Korean President Moon Jae-in just […]

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US, South Korea: North Korea Tests ICBM Capable of Reaching Hawaii

Pyongyang (TeleSUR) – “The U.S. is mulling getting something from sanctions and pressure upon the DPRK. This is a pipedream of the fools who are utterly ignorant of the DPRK,” the country’s press said yesterday. Last week, North Korea said the U.S. government’s decision to list their country as a “state sponsor of terrorism,” was a “serious provocation […]

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Three US Aircraft Carriers Enter South Korea in Joint Drills

Seoul (TNA) – Three US aircraft carriers joined an ongoing exercise with the South Korean Navy in the East Sea on Sunday in an unprecedented show of force against a provocative North Korea. The three flattops — USS Ronald Reagan, USS Nimitz, and USS Theodore Roosevelt — entered the operational area, called the Korea Theater […]

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North Korea Reportedly Hacks South, Steals Military Assassination Plans

Pyongyang (GPA) – According to a South Korean lawmaker, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) has stolen US and South Korean military plans. South Korean parliament member Rhee Cheol-hee, confirmed yesterday that the hack by the DPRK in September had hit South Korean defense systems. He also informed reporters that Pyongyang had made off […]

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South Korea Looking for Ways to Boost Central Asian Trade

Seoul (EAN) – South Korean officials have established an agency to deepen the country’s trade ties with Central Asian states. The initiative signals South Korea’s intent on raising its economic profile in Central Asia. Officially named the Korea-Central Asia Cooperation Forum Secretariat, the agency is an outgrowth of South Korea’s 2013 “Eurasia Initiative,” launched under former president Park […]

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Putin Offers Joint Projects to Unite Russia, North and South Korea

Moscow (TeleSUR) – Rather than inviting Pyongyang “to a cemetery,” economic integration would strengthen stability and trust while developing the region, Putin said. Russian President Vladimir Putin has proposed a conciliatory solution toward resolving the crisis on the Korean peninsula, noting that the incorporation of North Korea into joint development projects across the region could soothe the frayed […]

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Op-Ed: Weekend of Failure: Trump Regime Snubs Partners He Needs Most

Washington, D.C. (GPA) – In the days prior to North Korea’s first test of a hydrogen bomb, the Trump regime spent their time destroying relations with every nation that could potentially help return stability to Southeast Asia. This weekend, several agencies from the countries surrounding the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea (DPRK or North Korea), recorded unusual […]

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U.S. Gov’t, Media Prepping For Guilty Verdict In Former Thai PM’s Corruption Trial

Bangkok (MPN) – The family of former Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, who is currently on trial for corruption, has ties to the U.S. that stretch back decades. The U.S. is preparing for the potential destabilization of Thailand following her trial, as it hopes to put her back in power to further its own regional interests. […]

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As Tensions Mount, South Korea Proposes Military Talks with DPRK

Seoul (TS) – Recently elected South Korean President Moon Jae-in appears to be an advocate of re-establishing closer ties with the DPRK. South Korean authorities proposed military talks with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, which would result in the first high-level military talks on the Korean peninsula since December 2015. “Talks and cooperation between the […]

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