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North Korea urges citizens to 'break through barriers' as nuclear standoff continues

27 Jan 2020

SEOUL While a North Korean deadline for the United States to soften its stand on denuclearisation talks passed uneventfully over the New Year, state media and propaganda efforts have been focussing on the prospect of a long confrontation with the United States.

Influential aunt of North Korea's Kim Jong Un makes first public appearance in six years

27 Jan 2020

SEOUL The influential aunt of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un made her first public appearance in six years, state media reported on Sunday, years after her husband was executed in a purge.

North Korea to suspend foreign tourism over coronavirus fears - tour company

22 Jan 2020

SEOUL A foreign tour operator said on Tuesday that North Korea is to temporarily ban foreign tourists due to the spread of a deadly new coronavirus in China.

North Korea suspends foreign tourism over coronavirus fears - tour companies

22 Jan 2020

SEOUL/BEIJING Several foreign tour operators said North Korea will ban foreign tourists starting Wednesday due to the spread of a new coronavirus in China, which has killed nine people and spread to several countries.

North Korea suspends foreign tourism over coronavirus fears: tour companies

22 Jan 2020

SEOUL/BEIJING Several foreign tour operators said North Korea will ban foreign tourists starting Wednesday due to the spread of a new coronavirus in China, which has killed nine people and spread to several countries.

North Korea suspends foreign tourism over coronavirus fears - tour companies

22 Jan 2020

SEOUL/BEIJING Several foreign tour operators said North Korea will ban foreign tourists starting Wednesday due to the spread of a new coronavirus in China, which has killed nine people and spread to several countries.

UPDATE 1-N.Korea suspends foreign tourism over coronavirus fears - tour companies

22 Jan 2020

SEOUL/BEIJING, Jan 22 Several foreign tour operators said North Korea will ban foreign tourists starting Wednesday due to the spread of a new coronavirus in China, which has killed nine people and spread to several countries.

South Korea to deploy anti-piracy unit to the Strait of Hormuz

22 Jan 2020

SEOUL South Korea's military said on Tuesday it plans to expand the deployment of an anti-piracy unit now operating off the coast of Africa to the area around the Strait of Hormuz, after the United States pressed for help in guarding oil tankers.

REFILE-N.Korea to suspend foreign tourism over coronavirus fears - tour company

21 Jan 2020

SEOUL, Jan 21 A foreign tour operator said on Tuesday that North Korea is to temporarily ban foreign tourists due to the spread of a deadly new coronavirus in China.

U.S. ambassador becomes moustachioed face of South Korean discontent

17 Jan 2020

SEOUL The U.S. ambassador to South Korea drew criticism from the highest levels of government in Seoul on Friday for suggesting that Seoul consult with Washington about the possibility of reopening tourism with North Korea.

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