S.Korea, China Say War 'Can't Be Tolerated' on Korean Peninsula
The leaders of South Korea and China on Thursday agreed that war on the Korean Peninsula is unacceptable and they will seek a peaceful route to a nuclear-free peninsula in concert with the international community. Presidents Moon Jae-in and Xi Jinping called on North Korea to halt missile and nuclear tests, according to presidential spokesman Yoon Young-chan.
Korean Stars Support Moon on China Visit
47 Korean Criminals Deported from Philippines
Cold Snap Keeps Toxic Haze Stays off Korea
Korea's Annual Trade Volume Recovers to US$1 Trillion
Park Aide Arrested Over Illegal Surveillance
Record Numbers Take Korean Language Test
NATIONAL/POLITICS
Chinese Security Guards Assault Korean Reporters
Seoul on Thursday lodged a formal protest after Chinese security guards savagely assaulted two Korean photojournalists who were covering an event with President Moon Jae-in hours before his summit with Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
NORTH KOREA
N.Korean Missile Scientists Gather for Arms Conference
North Korea's missile scientists gathered at a conference in Pyongyang on Monday where the North announced it will bolster its nuclear force. Meanwhile, signs have been detected that the North is preparing another nuclear test.
BUSINESS
Mercedes-Benz to Recall 32,000 Cars Over Faulty Airbags
Mercedes-Benz will recall some 32,000 vehicles equipped with Takata airbags, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport said on Thursday. After refusing for almost a year, Mercedes finally decided to accept a recall order.