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.1 Comment
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.
South Korea on Thursday formally approved a request from women rights activists, including one “comfort woman,” to meet North Korean counterparts at a conference on Japan's wartime use of sex slaves.1 Comment
South Korean police on Thursday named 22 people who may face criminal charges over the collapse last month of a gymnasium packed with students that killed 10 people, mostly college freshmen.
Nearly 15,000 South Korean and U.S. troops kicked off a 12-day amphibious landing drill Thursday, the largest for two decades, a day after North Korea launched two mid-range ballistic missiles.
The South Korean capital Seoul is to restrict the use of plastic surgery adverts on public transport, officials said Wednesday, after complaints that they were fuelling an unhealthy obsession with body image.
South Korea's two liberal opposition groups joined forces Wednesday to launch a new party to take on President Park Geun-hye's ruling Saenuri party.
Six people died after jumping off a fishing boat that caught fire off a South Korean island on Monday, with efforts underway to rescue its missing captain, the coastguard said.
North Korea test-fired 16 short-range rockets into the sea on Sunday, the South's military said — the latest of dozens launched in recent weeks in apparent protest at joint drills between Seoul and Washington.