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India contributes USD 1 mn for WFP’s humanitarian activities in N Korea

"WFP has intensified the South-South and Triangular cooperation as an avenue to enhance support to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and has received a contribution from the government of India of USD 1 million for its in-country operations."

North Korea fires short-range projectiles: South’s military  

The weapons were launched from South Pyongan province in an easterly direction over the sea, Seoul's Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement

North Korea fires ballistic missile ahead of nuclear talks

"Pyongyang seems set to push Washington to back off from past demands of full denuclearisation for what are only promises of sanctions relief."

Breaking the shackles of fear

The quantum of fear influences human behaviour and only a fearless world can mean an equal society

Malware stealing ATM card details of Indians traced to N.Korea

The Lazarus Group's activities were widely reported after it was blamed for the 2014 cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment and the 2017 WannaCry ransomware attack on countries including the US and Britain.

North Korea reports five deaths, damage in typhoon

More than 460 houses and at least a dozen public buildings were "completely or partly destroyed or inundated" by the typhoon, reported the official KCNA news service.

Typhoon leaves 2 dead, thousands of S. Korea homes powerless

More than 120 flights were grounded at airports nationwide, while 38 people were forced to evacuate from their flooded homes in Gwangju, a city near Seoul.

Rajnath Singh visits Joint Security Area near inter-Korean border

The JSA is used by the two Korean nations for diplomatic engagements and has witnessed numerous significant events since its establishment in 1953 after the end of the Korean war.

United Nations Security Council to meet over N Korea weapon tests today

The meeting was requested by the United Kingdom, France and Germany, a source close to the matter told Sputnik.

Britain ‘disappointed’ by North Korea missile launch

"We are disappointed that North Korea has conducted further short-range ballistic missile tests, which violate multiple UN Security Council Resolutions."

US ‘prepared to engage’ with N. Korea in nuclear talks: envoy

Nuclear discussions between Washington and Pyongyang have stalled since a second summit in Hanoi in February ended without an agreement over differences on the extent of denuclearisation and a sanctions relief in return.

Urgency for vaccine grows as virus ravages China’s pigs

Farmers have long contained its spread by quarantining and killing infected animals, but the disease's devastating march into East Asia is intensifying the search for another solution.

Kim Jong-un has issued ‘small apology’ for testing missiles: Trump

Donald Trump also said that Kim has written a "long letter" and has expressed his wish to renew negotiations as soon as the US and South Korea joint exercise is concluded.

North Korea fires two more missiles, says South Korea

Last Friday the North test-fired what South Korean officials said appeared to have been a new type of short-range missile.

Visa-free entry into US revoked for foreigners who visited North Korea

The change will affect tens of thousands of people from visa waiver countries who have gone to the North as tourists or for other purposes in recent years.

Australian student detained in N. Korea ‘released, safe’

Alek Sigley's detention came just days before a landmark meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, fuelling speculation that it may have been politically motivated.

Nuclear negotiations between US and N Korea likely to resume in mid-July: Pompeo

Denuclearisation talks between the two countries hit a roadblock after the second Summit in Vietnam ended abruptly with no joint statement being released.

‘Say hello’: Trump invites Kim to meeting at North-South Korea border

Referring to the DMZ, Trump said: "By the way, you talk about a wall, when you talk about a border, that's what they call a border."

North Korea says dialogue with South Korea ‘not open’

Kwong added that as mentioned by Kim, the US should begin talks "with a correct method of calculation and the time limit is until the end of this year".

Xi arrives in N. Korea for summit with Kim

Kim visits to China came shortly before or after his summits with US President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

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