Ahead of his trip to South Korea for the Olympics, Vice President Mike Pence has ramped up efforts to intimidate North Korea.
The 9,700-ton Mangyongbong 92 was given to North Korea's founder Kim Il Sung in 1992 for his 80th birthday.
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The South Korean government welcomed Kim Yong Nam's presence as a show of goodwill from North Korea.
The parade will celebrate the army that fought against South Korea in the 1950-53 Korean War, just a day before North and South Korean athletes are due to march under a united banner.
Vice President Pence has framed his upcoming trip to Japan and South Korea in the context of the ongoing threat posed by North Korea.
Pence appears to share experts' concerns that Kim Jong Un's decision to send a delegation to the sporting event is a ploy to legitimize his regime.
A South Korean delegation is visiting the mountain resort as a possible venue for a joint training of North and South Korean Olympic athletes.
North Korea has promised to send 22 athletes to compete in the games, as well as a cheer squad and a 140-member orchestra.
North and South Korea agreed Wednesday to have athletes march under a "unified Korea" flag at the 2018 Winter Olympics, marking the first time the countries have teamed up in a decade.
North Korea's cheerleaders are very popular in the South.
A computer security company warned that further threats to the Winter Olympics could follow.
What the neighbors had to say to each other may disappoint those who expect the calls to be a turning point in the history of the peninsula.
The anti-terror drill scenarios included tackling someone hijacking a bus full of athletes and attempting to ram it into the stadium.
The Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea is having a hard time drawing visitors, thanks to North Korea.
The omission was corrected only after the Japan Sports Agency contacted the South Korean Embassy in Tokyo on Wednesday.