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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
AP Explains: Why is SKorea pushing for talks with NKorea?
Less than two weeks after North Korea's first intercontinental ballistic missile test, South Korea's new president has offered to hold talks at the tense border separating the two Koreas in what would be the rivals' first face-to-face meeting in 19 months
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
What to know about North Korea and its weapons programs
After North Korea’s first ICBM test, here is what we know about the country’s nuclear weapons program. Who is in charge of North Korea’s military? Kim Jong-un is the 33-year-old "Supreme Leader" of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, more commonly known as North Korea. He is also the Supreme
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.
How South Koreans feel about their neighbors in the North
Twenty-five million South Koreans live in and around Seoul, just 30 miles from the border with North Korea . The threat of North Korea's missiles and its nuclear program would seem to have dominated their lives for years. But most people in the South, especially the younger generation, appear to
Tensions high between US and North Korea
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and Rick Klein discuss the high tensions between the United States and North Korea.
Trump: 'I would be honored to' meet with Kim Jong Un, defends Duterte White House invitation
President Donald Trump said he "would be honored to" meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un amid rising tensions between the countries, while also defending inviting Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte to visit the White House. Trump's comments were made to Bloomberg Monday, where he said that he
The Note: The next 100 days
NOTABLES --ANALYSIS - ABC’S RICK KLEIN : The next hundred days is kicking off like the first 100 did – as a wild ride that showcases a presidential war with the fourth estate. For a president who has famously warred with media outlets throughout his time in office, few have gotten more out of such