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U23 and women's teams will not participate in qualifiers set to begin later this year, Asian Football Confederation says
North Korean leader thanks China for war aid, as former top military official reappears at his side despite demotion
A Japanese diplomat’s vulgar metaphor pinpoints an awkward truth: South Korean diplomacy is painfully one-sided
In separate statements, the two countries voice support for Seoul-Pyongyang dialogue, improving ties
Fireworks and speech by North Korean leader mark first-ever outdoor national conference of war veterans
Dormant inter-Korean diplomacy will increase in intensity, but scheduled USFK drills could pose a hurdle for Seoul
Seoul may be preparing new push for lasting inter-Korean reconciliation, but some experts say progress hinges on U.S.
Korean War veteran Richard Underwood discusses his experience interpreting at the Kaesong peace talks to end hostilities
“Stalemate” underscores perception gap between China and the U.S. on North Korea issues
Phone line apparently restored after North Korea said it severed all inter-Korean communication lines last year
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