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5 things AP journalists saw at Koreas' tense border village
Some call it one of the scariest places on Earth; others view it more as a tourist spot. On a visit to the Korean border village of Panmunjom on Wednesday, the tension was palpable as North and South Korean troops glared at each other across the military demarcation line that divides their
North Korea's nuclear weapons advancements under the 3 Kims
A look at how North Korea's nuclear weapons program has evolved under 3 generations of the Kim family
Kim's N. Korea gains a little economically, a lot militarily
Almost six years into Kim Jong Un's rule, North Korea has made small economic improvements and significant weapons advances while giving no sign it will negotiate
AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from the past week in Asia
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Former prisoners in North Korea recall the conditions they were held in: Part 3
American Kenneth Bae spent 735 days in captivity in North Korea and was the longest held American prisoner ever.
What happened when Otto Warmbier was detained in North Korea: Part 2
Officials in North Korea say Warmbier took a poster down from a staff-only floor of the hotel he was staying in.
What Otto Warmbier's tour through North Korea was like: Part 1
Otto Warmbier, who was from Wyoming, Ohio, went to the University of Virginia and traveled to Asia.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson calls on UN Security Council to step up diplomatic, economic pressure on North Korea
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson today called on member nations of the U.N. Security Council to step up their diplomatic and economic pressure on North Korea after recent provocations from the rogue regime. "We have said this before and it bears repeating; the policy of strategic patience is over,"
What you need to know about rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula
All 100 U.S. senators will gather Wednesday for a White House briefing on the volatility in North Korea. The meeting -- announced last week and requested by Senate leadership – comes amid the U.S. Navy’s bilateral military exercises with South Korea and Japan, and North Korea’s live-fire drills to
Timeline of administration's statements shows confusion about location of US aircraft carrier
The White House today tried to clarify a series of confusing and possibly misleading statements about the location of a nuclear-capable aircraft carrier it initially said was headed north to the Korean Peninsula in the face of recent military provocations by North Korea. The USS Carl Vinson was