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Australia, Korea Republic settle for draw
A last gasp strike from Massimo Luongo saw Australia fight back to earn a 1-1 draw against Korea Republic in an international friendly at the Suncorp Stadium on Saturday.
North Korea displays latest technology products at IT exhibition
North Korea has recently kicked off an exhibition of information technology in Pyongyang, displaying a number of its achievements in the field, the North's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said on Friday.
Iran, South Korea plan 'comprehensive' boost in ties
Iran's new ambassador to South Korea said there is a 'comprehensive plan' to expand ties with Seoul in face of the resumption of US actions.
Pompeo pledges coordination with Japan in N Korea talks, to raise abduction issues
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said he will coordinate closely with Japan during denuclearization talks with North Korea and promised to raise the issue of the abduction of Japanese citizens in his meetings in Pyongyang.
Two Koreas begin removing DMZ mines to ease military tensions
North and South Korean troops began removing some of the land mines planted at their heavily fortified border on Monday, Seoul officials said, in the first implementation of recent agreements aimed at easing their decades-long military standoff.
North Korea says will 'no way' abandon nuclear program without trust in US
North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho says continued sanctions against the North are just further deepening the rift of mistrust in the United States, stressing that there is “no way” that his country will abandon its pursuit of nuclear weapons unilaterally as long as Washington is resolved to push for tough enforcement of sanctions against Pyongyang.
Two Koreas open joint liaison office in North
North and South Korea opened a joint liaison office in the Northern city of Kaesong on Friday as they knit closer ties ahead of President Moon Jae-in’s visit to Pyongyang next week.
South Korea bans coffee in schools
Students and teachers in South Korea will need to find new ways of staying alert through the long school day, after the government said on Friday it will ban coffee sales in schools.
South Korea wins battle of giants
In its best display yet in the tournament, a goal in each half from Hwang Ui-jo and Lee Seung-woo were sufficient for South Korea to seal a convincing win over Iran and set up a quarterfinal tie with 2018 AFC U23 champion Uzbekistan, which beat Hong Kong 3-0 earlier on Thursday.
Two Koreas plan third summit of Kim next month
North and South Korea agreed on Monday to hold a summit in the North in September, another step toward boosting cooperation between the old rivals.
Two Koreas agree on dates for family reunions
Officials from North and South Korea agreed to arrange reunions for families separated by the Korean War from August 20 to August 26, South Korea's Ministry of Unification said.
President Xi tells North Korea's Kim China backs peace on Korean Peninsula
North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un, who has traveled to the Chinese capital, was told by China's President Xi Jinping on Tuesday that Beijing is willing to play a positive role in the promotion of peace on the Korean Peninsula.
Fate of North Korea-US agreement uncertain: Iran official
An Iranian official has cast doubt on the endurance of a document signed between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump, saying the fate of the agreement is not certain.
Leaders of two Koreas hold surprise meeting
South Korean President Moon Jae-in held a surprise meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Saturday to ensure the upcoming high-stakes summit between Kim and US President Donald Trump is a success, South Korean officials said.
Trump gives non-commital response on N Korea’s threat to cancel summit
US President Donald Trump has reacted to North Korea’s threats to cancel a planned summit with Kim Jong-un.

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