Sweden tried to spy on the South Korean team ahead of their opening World Cup match. In response, South Korea's coach had his players switch jerseys.
With the U.S. and South Korea suspending joint military exercises, Newsweek looks at the military forces facing off on the Korean Peninsula.
Apple fans in South Korea will soon be able to pick up one of the retro handsets in full working order for as little as $40.
Trump's announcement Tuesday that he had agreed to cancel military exercises in Korea reportedly came as a shock to South Korea and U.S. military leaders.
The domestic propaganda and international legitimacy win for Kim can't be emphasized enough.
The U.S. president called the war games "very provocative" and "very expensive."
Trump made a major concession to North Korea.
The story of Nguyen Van Thoi uniquely informs the conflict in Vietnam, even decades later.
The man shouted to the embassy for help as he was arrested, local media reported.
Urban freeclimber Alain Robert got to the 75th floor of the 123-storey building before surrendering.
South Korea is working to ensure that peace negotiations with its neighbor continue.
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Chinese-American relations in Asia have been strained by Beijing's increasingly determined military policy, especially in the South China Sea.
Will they, won't they? The meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is "moving along very nicely."
Kim Jong Un "has created sort of a cushion for failure, that if the U.S. backs away, the Chinese and Russians will be behind him," 38 North's Joel Wit said.
South Korea appears to be caught unaware and confused by President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of next month's summit with North Korea. "We are attempting to make sense of what, precisely, President Trump means," said South Korean presidential representative Kim Eui-kyeom in a statement Thursday morning.
Trump believes that getting tough with North Korea will get him a better deal, but Beijing might not play along.
North Korea warned that "dialogue and saber rattling can never go together" as President Donald Trump receives South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
North Korea has threatened to cancel the June summit with the U.S.
Nuclear weapons are not a force for good in the "right" hands. These are indiscriminate weapons of mass destruction, created to murder civilians.
North Korea is inviting foreign journalists to the event, scheduled for May 23-25.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the Trump administration was open to lifting sanctions and allowing private American investments into the reclusive state.