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'18Apr
17

South Koreans may visit North again ahead of first summit in decade

SEOUL (Reuters): South Korean security officials may visit North Korea ahead of the first summit since 2007 if more high-level talks are necessary, a Seoul official said on Tuesday, with the South hoping the North...
'18Apr
17

North and South Korea reportedly set to announce official end to war

South Korean security officials may visit North Korea to finalise details ahead for the first summit since 2007, where the South hopes the North will confirm a commitment to give up its nuclear programme, a South ...
'18Apr
17

South Koreans may visit North again ahead of first summit in decade

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean security officials may visit North Korea to finalize details ahead for the first summit since 2007, where the South hopes the North will confirm a commitment to give up its nuclear...
'18Apr
17

South Koreans may Visit North Again Ahead of First Summit in Decade

SEOUL — South Korean security officials may visit North Korea ahead of the first summit since 2007 if more high-level talks are necessary, a Seoul official said on Tuesday, with the South hoping the North will...
'18Apr
16

Israel will have to give on the Palestinian front for U.S. help against Iran in Syria

The attacks against the chemical weapons facilities in Syria over the weekend demonstrates that France and Great Britain take U.S. President Donald Trump much more seriously that do his domestic critics. This...
'18Apr
15

Abe seeks to move Japan off sidelines with Trump trip

TOKYO (JAPAN) (AFP) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe heads to the US Tuesday, hoping his carefully cultivated relations with "golf buddy" Donald Trump will help keep Japan in the loop and out of danger amid a...
'18Apr
13

Report: North Korea eager to make Trump summit a success

April 13 (UPI) -- North Korean leader Kim Jong Un might be eager to meet with U.S. President Donald Trump, according to a South Korean delegate who met with a North Korean official for talks in Finland in March.Jo...
'18Apr
12

Pompeo: No Reward for N. Korea Without Irreversible Denuclearization

WASHINGTON — North Korea should not expect rewards from talks with the United States until it takes irreversible steps to give up its nuclear weapons, Mike Pompeo, U.S. President Donald Trump's nominee for...
'18Apr
12

UNSC Committee Convenes to Discuss Non-Proliferation of Mass Destruction Weapons

On April 7, some Syrian opposition media outlets reported that a chemical attack took place in the city of Douma in Eastern Ghouta. Citing sources among militants, they claimed that the forces of Syrian President...
'18Apr
12

US-South Korea Military Exercises Minimize Public Show of Force

SEOUL — The annual U.S.–South Korea joint military exercises currently underway have historically been a very public demonstration of force intended, in part, to counter North Korea’s aggressive nuclear and missile...

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