Korean War anniversary: Are North and South close to another military confrontation?
Tensions are once again rising on the Korean Peninsula, with North Korea threatening to send propaganda leaflets to the South and putting its military on a more aggressive standing. Julian Ryall reports.
S. Korean leaflet activist office raided by Seoul police
Authorities in Seoul have searched the office of Park Sang Hak, a North Korean refugee known for dropping anti-North Korea leaflets by balloon. He is being accused of provoking Pyongyang.
Pandemic prompts Japan's geisha to go online
North Korea has been ratcheting up tensions with the South in recent weeks and has threatened to deploy the military to the border region.
Australia Cyberattack: PM Morrison blames 'state-based' actor
Australia's Prime minister Scott Morrison says his country is under a broad cyberattack from a "state-based actor" targeting government, public services and businesses, but declines to name the suspect(s) at this stage. China, Iran, Israel, North Korea, Russia, the United States and a number of European countries are known to have developed advanced cyberwarfare capabilities. But suspicions immediately fell on Beijing, which has clashed repeatedly with Canberra as it looks to increase the cost of Australia speaking out against Communist Party interests.
North Korea's army 'fully ready' to move against South Korea
North Korea's military says it is preparing for action against the South, days after its leader's sister made threats against Seoul. Pyongyang has said it would convert a demilitarized zone "into a fortress."
North Korea's Kim Jong Un responds to coronavirus with missiles
As the coronavirus crisis rages worldwide, North Korea’s regime has reported zero cases, and instead forges ahead with rocket launches. What is happening behind the borders?
Trump shrugs off North Korea 'Christmas gift' missile rumors
US President Trump said that the US was "ready to deal with it" if North Korea launched a "Christmas gift" in the form of a missile, as was suggested this month. He added that maybe the gift would be a "beautiful vase."
North Korea holds shooting contest for amateurs and disabled persons
North Korea held a shooting and archery contest for disabled persons and amateurs for the first time, state media reported on Sunday.