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South Korea Sends Train to North Korea for the First Time In 10 years

This developmental project is part of South Korea’s plan to economically integrate the two countries

The South Korean officials and experts boarded the train to undertake an 18-day, 750-mile survey of railway tracks in North Korea.  As per South Korea’s plan to integrate the two Koreas economically, the country is planning to develop North Korea’s key infrastructural needs. Yet, unless sanctions are not lifted against North Korea, it will not come to life as expected. For this journey, permission from

North Korea Urges The United States To Formally End The Korean War By Signing An End of War Declaration

The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea or North Korea today reiterated and pressed the United States to sign an end of war declaration and formally end the Korean War. The peninsular war, fought between 1950-53 saw the United States of America sending in its troops in aid of its ally in the South, after an invasion by the North. Such a

N Korea asked S Korea not to bow down to sanctions if they want to move forward with their warm relations

The warming ties between the two Korean countries appeared to strike a blow on its warmth as per the reports of the North Korean government official newspaper named Rodong Sinmun. The paper said as reported by ANI that the relations between the two Korean countries would not move forward if Seoul continued to bow down to the pressure of sanctions imposed by

India is Now Home to Largest Phone Manufacturing Unit

South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in is on a four-day visit to India. While a lot of negotiations and discussions will be taking place between him and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Moon’s visit has resulted in a leap for India’s economy already. Smartphone giant Samsung, on Monday, announced the decision to double the capacity of its mobile phone factory in Noida. This

S. Korean Moon Jae-in to Visit India

South Korean President Moon Jae In will make a state visit to India between 8th and 11th of July. The presidential Blue House announced on Monday. The state visit will be the first of its kind since Jae-in took office in May 2017. Jae-in is slated to hold a summit with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and their discussions are expected

President Trump Calls Off Meeting with North Korea

President Trump

President Trump has called off the June 12 Summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. In a mournful letter, Trump informed Kim of “this missed opportunity is a truly sad moment in history”. Mr. Trump also wrote how he was looking forward to meeting Kim but also mentioned North Korea’s “tremendous anger and hostility” as one of the main reason for

Donald Trump to Meet North Korea’s Leader; Date and Place Set

Donald Trump

US President Donald Trump has announced that the date and place for North Korean Summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, has been set, but did not elaborate further. According to the White House, the meet could take place in the coming few weeks. The agenda of the meet will be to push North Korea to give up nuclear weapons. The

Inter-Korean Summit: North’s Kim Jong Meets South’s Moon

Korean President

A new chapter has been added in the history of the divided peninsula as the North Korean leader stepped across the inter-Korean border, where he was greeted by the South Korean president. Kim Jong-un was greeted by South Korean President Moon Jae-in as he crossed the MDL – the Military Demarcation Line, the actual border – that runs through the center

President Trump to Meet with Kim Jong-un in May or Early June


Washington: U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday that he expected to meet Kim Jong-un, the top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), in May or early June. "We'll be meeting with them sometime in May or early June, and I think there will be great respect paid by both parties," he told a cabinet meeting, saying that

South Korea’s Ex-President Jailed for 24 Years for Corruption

Park Geun Hye

New Delhi: A South Korean court on Friday sentenced 24 years jail term to former President Park Geun-hye, for corruption and abuse of power. South Korea’s first female president was convicted after being found guilty of crimes that exposed deep links between politics and the nation’s corporate giants. She was not present in the courtroom to hear the final sentencing, as

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