Secretary of State says Pyongyang "knows our channels are open"
Sources previously suggested project could be used as guesthouse for visiting DPRK citizens
Seoul has accepted the request, unification ministry said
Decrease possibly linked to strengthening sanctions dissuading vessels from international sailing
Possibly North Korean flyers appear in ROK capital ahead of major talks
KITA data reports no diesel and gasoline was exported to DPRK in October and November
Factory workers claim dependence on foreign technology had been "hurting self-esteem"
Some experts maintain that alleged internal CPC briefing may be genuine
Seoul adheres to the stance of holding talks with N.Korea at any time and place, Blue House says
South Korea says one of six ships, the Lighthouse Winmore, transferred 600 tons of oil to DPRK
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