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A North Korean shipping company that famously tried to hide fighter jets under a cargo of sugar later sought to evade U.N. sanctions by renaming most of its vessels, a new report says.
 

North Korea appears poised to expand its nuclear program over the next five years and in a worst case scenario could possess 100 atomic arms by 2020, U.S. researchers warned Tuesday.
 

A gunman shot and killed three people Wednesday in and around a South Korean convenience store that he then set on fire before fleeing, police said. He was later found dead with a gunshot wound to his head in an apparent suicide.
Gunman kills 3 in S. Korea, later found dead

 

A gunman shot and killed three people Wednesday in and around a South Korean convenience store that he then set on fire before fleeing, police said. He was later found dead with a gunshot wound to his head in an apparent suicide.
Gunman kills 3 in S. Korea, later found dead

 

South Korea said it had received two bids Tuesday for a multibillion-dollar jet fighter contract, with foreign makers Airbus and Lockheed Martin each partnering with a Korean firm to submit rival offers.
 

As an engineering major at Seoul's Yonsei University, Yoon Ja-young was perfectly poised to follow the secure, lucrative and socially prized career path long-favored by South Korea's elite graduates.
Korean tech start-ups offering opportunities beyond Samsung

 

Tightening the screws even further on travel to their already isolated country, North Korean authorities have barred foreigners from one of the year's most popular tourist events -- the annual Pyongyang marathon -- because of ongoing concerns over the spread of the Ebola virus, travel agencies said Monday.
Pyongyang race bars foreigners

 

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un inspected a live-fire artillery drill by his country's military units near the sea border with the rival South, believed to be timed ahead of annual U.S.-South Korean exercises, state media reported Saturday.
 

North Korea says it will respond "very strongly" to a conference in Washington on Tuesday about its widespread human rights abuses and says the United States ignored Pyongyang's offer to attend and defend itself.
North Korea urges US to cancel human rights talk

 

A crippling mix of "trauma, torture and shame" led high-profile defector Shin Dong-hyuk to distort his harrowing account of life in a North Korean gulag, according to the book's author.
 

South Korea's ruling party-controlled legislature on Monday approved President Park Geun-hye's choice for prime minister following fierce political wrangling over whether he's fit for the country's No. 2 job.
 

South Korea on Friday announced a crackdown on illegal brokers and unregistered clinics in a bid to protect medical tourists, especially those drawn by the country's booming plastic surgery industry.
 

A Seoul court on Thursday sentenced a former Korean Air executive to a year in prison for aviation law violations that stemmed from her in-flight tantrum over how she was served macadamia nuts.
Korean Air nut rage exec handed 1-year sentence

 

Two people were killed and more than 60 were injured Wednesday after a pileup involving about 100 vehicles in foggy weather on a bridge near the Incheon International Airport, South Korean officials said.
100-car pileup on South Korean bridge leaves 2 dead, 65 hurt

 
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