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China should press North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons if Beijing wants to change U.S. troop plans in the region, a U.S. official said Tuesday.
 

South Korea said Wednesday it had evidence suggesting an unidentified drone that crashed last month near the northern city of Paju was of North Korean origin.
Seoul says crashed 'drone' likely came from N. Korea

 

A new photo of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un disembarking from a plane suggests he doesn't share his father Kim Jong Il's near-obsessive fear of flying. The ruling party's official daily, Rodong Sinmun, ran a large color picture Wednesday of Kim stepping down the red-carpeted stairs from a civilian aircraft at Samjiyon, near the Chinese border.
 

South Korean officials said Wednesday they suspect that an unmanned drone that crashed on a frontline South Korean island was flown by rival North Korea.
SKorea suspects crashed drone from North Korea

 

South Korea defended Tuesday its “sufficient” response to a North Korean live-fire drill that triggered the exchange of hundreds of artillery shells across the two rivals' disputed maritime border.
 

SEOUL---The two Koreas traded hundreds of rounds of live artillery fire across their disputed maritime border Monday, forcing South Korean islanders to take shelter a day after the North drove up tensions by threatening a new nuclear test.
 

North and South Korea fired artillery shells into each other's waters Monday, a flare-up of animosity between the rivals that forced residents of five front-line South Korean islands to evacuate to shelters, South Korean officials said.
Koreas trade fire; island residents in shelters

 

The U.N.'s top rights body Friday called on the Security Council to act against officials responsible for a litany of crimes against humanity in North Korea.
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North Korea said Saturday its relations with South Korea had been driven into a “catastrophic” phase again, warning the South's scattering of anti-Pyongyang leaflets could spark a war.
 

The U.N. Security Council on Thursday condemned North Korea's latest ballistic missile tests and agreed to quickly consult on an appropriate response, its rotating president said.
 
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