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South Korea and the United States on Wednesday launched a five-day joint naval exercise in the face of angry North Korean protests and warnings backed by missile tests.
 

More than 30 student survivors of April's ferry disaster in South Korea marched on parliament Wednesday to press demands by victims' relatives for an independent inquiry into the tragedy that claimed around 300 lives.
 

South Korean Catholic officials have renewed a request for North Korea to send about 10 Catholics to a mass to be celebrated by Pope Francis during his August visit to Seoul, a Catholic official said Tuesday.
 

North Korea fired 100 artillery shells into the sea Monday in a live-fire drill near the eastern maritime border with South Korea that followed a recent series of missile tests.
 

North Korea fired 100 artillery shells into the sea Monday in a live-fire drill near the eastern maritime border with South Korea that followed a recent series of missile tests.
North Korea fires 100 artillery shells into sea

 

North Korea launched two ballistic missiles into the sea on Sunday, South Korea said, the latest in a series of test-firings seen as expressions of anger over the North's failure to win talks on receiving outside aid, and over U.S.-South Korean military drills.
 

North Korea on Saturday condemned a port visit by a U.S. aircraft carrier to the South as a “reckless” act of provocation following proposals by Pyongyang to ease cross-border tensions.
 

Once their espionage cases are resolved, some former North Korean spies find that life in the South can be pretty good. They write books, land TV gigs, work for think tanks and in general benefit from their new home's fascination with their old homeland.
Ex-spy remains stuck in S. Korean cold

 

North Korea announced Wednesday the death of retired General Jon Pyong Ho, a chief architect of Pyongyang's ballistic missile and nuclear weapons programs and an individually named target of international sanctions.
 

Korean Prime Minister Chung Hong-won said Tuesday that the government would push ahead with reform measures to “renovate” both the public and private sectors in the aftermath of the Sewol disaster.
 
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