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Kim, Pompeo to arrange second US-North Korea summit 'as soon as possible': Seoul
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un agrees to hold a second summit with US President Donald Trump as soon as possible, few months after the two leaders met in Singapore.
North Korea has up to 60 nuclear bombs: Seoul
A South Korean minister says that North Korea is estimated to have up to 60 nuclear weapons, in Seoul’s first public comment about the size of the North’s arsenal.
Seoul says still discussing Iran waivers with US
South Korea says it is still negotiating with the US to obtain waivers from sanctions that ban purchases of oil from Iran.
Two Koreas finalize list of family reunion applicants
The two Koreas have finalized a list of families separated by the Korean War whose members will be briefly reunited this month after decades of separation, Seoul says.
Seoul stops Iran oil imports as it seeks exemptions
South Korea is reported to have stopped importing Iran’s oil and condensate in what appears to be a temporary halt until the country obtains an exemption from US curbs on buying Iranian oil.
US' reaction to Iran Deal makes North Korea doubt: Iran envoy in Seoul
US' unilateral withdrawal from Iran Deal is a proof of their lack of commitment to international deals, which has made the North Koreans hesitate the talks with the US, said the ambassador of Iran to South Korea on Saturday.
Seoul vows to expand exchanges with African nations
South Korea will accelerate the exchange of technology and share its know-how on economic development with African nations, a senior official said.
Seoul, Beijing, Tokyo oppose trade protectionism
Finance chiefs from South Korea, China and Japan on Friday warned against growing protectionism trends and stressed the importance of promoting an open and rule-based trade framework.
Seoul to discuss currency market intervention report with IMF next week
South Korea will discuss currency market-related issues, such as how to reveal records of its market interventions, with the International Monetary Fund next week, the country's chief economic policymaker said.
Seoul: Pyongyang agrees to inter-Korean talks next week
North Korea has agreed to hold high-level talks with South Korea on March 29 at the border truce village of Panmunjom to prepare for a summit of their leaders planned for April, the South said on Saturday.
S Korea says Seoul cannot recognize rival North as nuclear state
South Korean President Moon Jae-in has reportedly said that Seoul cannot recognize North Korea as a nuclear state and discussions with Pyongyang on denuclearisation and better ties must go together.
Dozens dead in South Korea hospital blaze
At least 41 people are reported dead in an early-morning fire at a hospital in South Korea on Friday.
Seoul says military solution to N Korea crisis 'unacceptable'
South Korea has hinted for the first time since the start of a standoff with the North over Pyongyang’s nuclear program last year that a military solution would be no answer to the crisis and that differences should be settled diplomatically.
Seoul rejects local criticism against planned North Korean Olympics participation
The South Korean government has rejected local criticism that North Korea has been receiving too much attention because of its scheduled participation in the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympic Games in South Korea.
N Korean band looks at possible S Korean venues for performances (Video)
A North Korean delegation on Monday checked possible venues for performances during next month’s Winter Olympics in the South, including the National Theater of Korea in Seoul, presstv.com reported.

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