Pyongyang Fires More Missiles
North Korea fired two more short-range missiles into the sea off its eastern coast, extending its series of launches into a third day in a possible extended test of a new rocket launcher, South Korea's defense ministry said.
China asks N Korea to release fishing boat
Chinese embassy in Pyongyang asks government to secure release of private Chinese fishing boat seized on May 5.
Trip to Pyongyang Irks Tokyo's Allies
A secretive trip to Pyongyang this past week by a top aide to Japan's prime minister is raising concerns in South Korea and the U.S. that Tokyo could undermine coordinated efforts to pressure North Korea into abandoning its nuclear and missile programs.
Exclusive: Sanctions delay North Korea's atom bomb work, U.N. report says
UNITED NATIONS - Increasingly tough financial sanctions, an arms embargo and other international restrictions on trade with North Korea have significantly delayed expansion of Pyongyang's illicit nuclear arms program, according to a confidential report by a U.N. panel of experts seen by Reuters on Tuesday.
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Japanese Aide Visits North Korea
A political adviser to the prime minister of Japan arrived in Pyongyang, but officials in Tokyo refused to confirm or comment about the trip.