The three countries are said to have an agreement in the works to counter nuclear and missile threats, to be signed Monday.
The North Korean military have stepped up operations with parachute drills increasing by 20 times, according to an insider
Lee Joon-seok, the captain of the Sewol ferry which capsized in April, killing 304 passengers, has been found guilty of negligence, but not homicide, and jailed for 36 years
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The crew member, facing a charge of negligence in the April 16 sinking, was granted temporary release from detention so that he could help arrange the funeral
The businessman, Yoo Byung-un, also a photographer who was once jailed for fraud and is now South Korea's most wanted man, was nowhere to be found
The captain and three senior crew members were charged with homicide, facing a maximum sentence of death
South Korean artillery fired at a North Korean naval vessel in response.
Most of those hurt in the mid-afternoon accident on Friday appeared to have suffered minor abrasions
The divers, with oxygen and communications lines trailing, can only see a few inches in front of them
"Save us! We're on a ship and I think it's sinking," the boy said
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Sixty-four people are known to have died and 238 are missing, presumed dead
Investigators had said earlier that Captain Lee Joon-seok was not on the bridge at the time the Sewol ferry started to list sharply
Kang Min-gyu was the vice principal of a high school with 250 missing in the ferry accident
Fourteen people were found dead, leaving 282 unaccounted for and possibly still trapped in the vessel
Search operations continued at night under flares in what could be South Korea's biggest maritime disaster in over two decades