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Reporter : Kim Hyun-bin
Tue, October 3, 2023 | 06:56
Two Koreas trade barbs over nuclear war
South and North Korea have engaged in a heated exchange of words regarding a nuclear war, intensifying the military tension on the Korean Peninsula.
Defense ministry launches project to find families of unidentified fallen Korean War soldiers
The defense ministry's war remains excavation agency will launch a month-long project on Sunday to search for the families of those who were killed during the 1950-53 Korean War but whose remains have yet to be identified, the agency said Wednesday.
S. Korea to stage massive military parade as tensions with North remain high
South Korea is gearing up to host a large-scale military parade on Tuesday to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the alliance with the United States and the 75th anniversary of Armed Forces Day.
Lee Jae-myung's possible arrest looms over main opposition party
The fate of the main opposition Democratic Party of Korea (DPK) is at stake, as the arrest warrant hearing for its leader, Rep. Lee Jae-myung, who faces multiple charges including breach of trust, bribery and violation of the Foreign Exchange Transaction Act, among others, will be held on Tuesday.
Korea, Saudi Arabia celebrate 93rd Saudi National Day, vow stronger cooperation
A celebration in commemoration of the 93rd National Day of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia took place in Seoul, Friday, bringing together dignitaries and officials from the Kingdom and Korea. The occasion not only observed the founding of Saudi Arabia but also showcased the enduring and prospering relations between the nations.
Saudi Arabia celebrates 93rd National Day
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is set to celebrate its 93rd National Day, Saturday, to commemorate the historic proclamation made by King Abdulaziz bin Abdulrahman Al Saud in 1932, when he named the country the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
[INTERVIEW] Germany, Korea forge strong bonds for future cooperation: ADeKo chairman
Korea and Germany have seen significant growth in recent years backed by mutual trust and opportunities that have defined the relationship for 140 years, according to ADeKo Chairman Kim Hyo-joon.
Seoul city appoints ex-ambassador as international relations envoy
The Seoul Metropolitan Government has appointed Koo Hong-seok, the former ambassador to Kazakhstan, as its chief international relations officer. Koo has 31 years of diplomatic experience and is renowned as an international relations specialist with expertise in the Northeast and Southeast Asian regions.
Korea, Germany mark 140 years of diplomatic ties
To commemorate the 140th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Korea and Germany, the 140 Years Korean-Germany Partnerships Conference was held to discuss ways to further enhance cooperation between the two countries in Seoul, Monday.
Defense minister nominee hints at ditching inter-Korean military pact
Defense Minister nominee Shin Won-sik said, Friday, that it was desirable to scrap the inter-Korean military agreement amid repeated North Korean provocations that violate the pact.
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