South Korea was listening in on North Korean military communications when the regime ordered its soldiers to shoot and kill a missing fisheries official found at sea but did nothing, sources from the National Assembly said Tuesday.
Murder can never be pardoned without a reasonable cause such as war or self defense. Whatever the reason, North Korea must pay for killing a South Korean civilian. An apology from North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is rare. To hear...
A fisheries official who went missing near the maritime border last Monday before being shot and killed by North Korean soldiers last Tuesday, clearly made efforts to move northward against southward currents, the Coast Guard said, in order to,,,
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Biegun said he discussed "creative” and “constructive” ways to prod along stalled denuclearization negotiations with Pyongyang in talks with South Korea's top nuclear envoy, Lee Do-hoon, Monday.
North Korean troops attempted to rescue a South Korean fisheries official stranded in their waters for hours last Tuesday before the “situation changed drastically” and resulted in the man’s killing, Seoul’s Ministry of National Defense said Monday.
President Moon Jae-in on Monday urged North Korea to restore its severed military communication lines to maintain emergency communications following last week’s shooting death of a South Korean fisheries official by soldiers in the North.
North Korea warned the South on Sunday to stop violating the Northern Limit Line (NLL), the de facto inter-Korean maritime border in the Yellow Sea, as the search continues for the body of a South Korean fisheries official shot last Tuesday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was quoted by Pyongyang’s inter-Korean agency Friday as saying he was “immensely sorry” for the “unexpected” killing of a South Korean maritime official earlier this week.
North Korea on Monday fatally shot an exhausted South Korean fisheries official who had been adrift for hours near the Yeonpyeong Islands on the West Sea and burned his corpse. We are enraged at the North’s abominable act. North...
A North Korean maritime patrol shot and killed a South Korean fisheries official who went missing this week, then burned his body and discarded the remains in the Yellow Sea, said Seoul’s Ministry of National Defense on Thursday.