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Kim Wants North Korea to Make More Nuclear Material for Bombs

Kim Jong Un told officials and scientists at a state nuclear weapons institute they must ramp up bomb fuel production to meet his goals to expand his nuclear arsenal “exponentially.”

North Korea Fires Ballistic Missile Toward Sea, Seoul Says

The latest missile launch comes as South Korea and the U.S. prepare for large-scale military exercises, and President Yoon plans trips to both Tokyo and Washington next week.

Court Says South Korea Responsible for Vietnam War Massacre

The ruling marks the first time a South Korean court has found the government responsible for mass killings of Vietnamese civilians during the war.

Russian Embassy Says North Korea Lifted Lockdown in Pyongyang

Last week, the embassy said that North Korea's capital was under an “intensified anti-epidemic period.”

Yoon Comment Sparks Diplomatic Row Between South Korea, Iran

President Yoon Suk-yeol's comments describing Iran as the “enemy” of the UAE during a trip to that country triggered a diplomatic spat.

South Korean Police Seek Manslaughter Charges Over Deadly Crowd Crush

Despite anticipating a weekend crowd of more than 100,000, Seoul police had assigned just 137 officers to Itaewon on the day of the crush.

South Korea Plans Fund to Compensate Forced Labor Victims

Ties between the two U.S. Asian allies have long been complicated by grievances related to Japan's brutal rule of the Korean Peninsula from 1910 to 1945.


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