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3 hrs ago | Korea Herald
South Korea enshrined the remains of 666 soldiers on Friday, more than 60 years after they were killed in the three-year Korean War that ended in a truce in 1953.
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11 hrs ago | Korea Herald
Korea's Aegis destroyer the Yulgk YiYi and U.S. Aegis cruise ship Shilo are docked at the Republic of Korea Fleet Command in Korea's southern port city on Thursday.
15 hrs ago | Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter
BEIJING a?? After getting no concessions from China on its new air defense zone, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden flew to Seoul on Thursday to meet South Korean leaders also worried by Beijing's claim that it now controls all air space over the vast East China Sea.
South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries has floated a tanker-shaped vessel tagged as the world's largest "floating facility" with a length greater than the height of the Empire State Building in New York [SEOUL] South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries has floated a tanker-shaped vessel tagged as the world's largest "floating ... (more)
The heads of two U.S. Senate committees overseeing national security have expressed concern to the Obama administration over a recent network supply deal between China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd and Washington ally South Korea.
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden should not expect to make much progress in defusing tensions over the East China Sea if he plans to repeat "erroneous and one-sided remarks" on the issue when he visits China, a state-run newspaper said on Wednesday.
About 11 years ago, a huge tract of land reclaimed from the Yellow Sea west of Seoul was a barren wasteland.
Scientists in South Korea say the country must brace itself for a bank of smog rolling in across the sea from China, it's reported.
Jang Song Thaek loses his official posts in the regime and his key aides are executed, according to South Korea's spy agency.
Six decades before he went to North Korea as a curious tourist, Merrill Newman supervised a group of South Korean guerrillas during the Korean War who were perhaps the most hated and feared fighters in the North, former members of the group say.
In this Nov. 9, 2013 file photo released by the Korean Central News Agency and distributed Nov. 30, 2013 by the Korea News Service, U.S. citizen Merrill Newman, 85, reads a document, which North Korean authorities say was an apology that Newman wrote and read in North Korea.