Emotional parents of victims urged people to pray for a successful recovery.
South Korea and the US say the North fired a missile from the eastern coastal town of Wonsan, but the test was not successful.
The US is reportedly weighing tough sanctions against North Korea to bar its access to the global financial system.
Park Geun-hye apologizes to people before being questioned by prosecutors in a high-profile graft case.
Pyongyang dismisses US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's warning of possible military strike against the country.
The Russian foreign minister says the deployment of US THAAD missile system in South Korea poses 'serious risks' to the Asia-Pacific region.
State media say Pyongyang has tested a new high-performance rocket engine.
South Koreans protested in Seongju county against the deployment of the US missile system.
South Korean prosecutors are set to question the head of the SK Group in a corruption scandal that rocked the country’s political stage.
Moscow suggested "looking at the situation in a multi-dimensional way in order to break the vicious circle of tensions."
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says a new approach is required to counter North Korea.
Capitalizing on ousted president Park Geun-hye’s loss of impunity, prosecutors summon her as a criminal suspect in a scandal.
Beijing says ongoing tensions during war games by the US and regional countries risk sparking an actual war with North Korea.
South Korea prosecutors plan to summon ex-president Park Geun-hye as a criminal suspect.
Pyongyang slams the deployment of a US navy aircraft carrier strike group to regional waters as a “scheme to attack” North Korea.
South Korea's Park Geun-hye left the presidential complex, the so-called Blue House, shortly after 19:00 local time on Sunday.
The South Korean politician likely to emerge as the next president of the country promises justice and common sense.
Supporters of the ousted South Korean president take to the streets to protest a Constitutional Court ruling dismissing the leader.
The China National Tourism Administration has ordered local travel agencies to stop selling tours to South Korea.
South Korea’s Constitutional Court on Friday voted to permanently remove president Park Geun-hye from office.
South Koreans stage separate demonstration rallies in Seoul to show their support and opposition to the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye.
The US defends deployment of its THAAD missile system to South Korea.
The United States' deployment of a missile system to South Korea was as much a message to China as it was to North Korea, experts say.
Pyongyang says the US and South Korean joint military exercises may lead to “actual war.”
Amid rising diplomatic tensions, North Korea bans all Malaysian nationals from leaving the country, sparking a retaliatory move from Kuala Lumpur.
North Korea says its latest missile tests were practice for attacking US military bases in Japan as Washington has begun the deployment of THAAD missile system to South Korea.
North Korea says it has expelled the Malaysian ambassador in a retaliatory move.
Three of the four missiles, launched on Monday morning, landed in an area in the Sea of Japan that Tokyo considers as sovereign territory.
Seoul is offering North Koreans almost a million dollars to defect to the South.
Pyongyang says the US will “pay dearly” if it puts North Korea back on the State Sponsors of Terrorism blacklist.
The candlelit march is one of the biggest since a scandal erupted last year involving President Park.
A suspect in the murder of the North Korean leader’s half-brother says Malaysia is plotting to damage North Korea’s honor.
The only North Korean held in Malaysia over the recent murder of the North Korean leader’s half-brother in Kuala Lumpur is released by police over a lack of evidence.
North Korea has threatened to use its nuclear weapons against the US and South Korea if they attack its territory.
Korean and American forces kicked off massive military war games on Wednesday.
A Malaysian court on Wednesday formally charged the two women with the February 13 murder of the North Korean leader’s exiled half-brother.
Local residents living near a site designated for the installment of a US missile system sue the Defense Ministry.
South Korea’s special prosecutor’s office indicted Samsung Group chief and four other executives for bribery and embezzlement on Tuesday.
Seoul calls for the criminal prosecution of North Korea’s leader before the human rights situation in the country threatens global security.
The EU expands sanctions on Pyongyang over its nuclear and ballistic missile tests.
Constitutional Court wraps up final hearing in President Park Geun-hye’s impeachment trial.
The South Korean Defense Ministry says the US missile system will be installed in South Korea in June at the earliest.
Mass rallies were held for and against South Korean President Park Geun-hye in the capital of Seoul on Saturday.
The administration of US President Donald Trump reversed a decision to issue visas for a North Korean delegation that had been due for talks in New York.
The Indonesian woman suspected of killing the half bother of North Korea's leader was paid $90 to take part in "TV prank."
South Korea’s Yonhap news agency says two senior Samsung
executives have offered to resign over a scandal that reportedly involves bribery.
North Korean state media reportedly said on Thursday that China was “dancing to the tune of the US” by suspending coal import from North Korea.
Malaysian police officials have identified the chemical agent used in the murder of Kim Jong-nam as VX nerve agent.
North Korea says the autopsy conducted on the body of King Jong-nam, the exiled half-brother of the North Korean leader is a breach of Korean sovereignty.
Police seek to question the second secretary of the North Korean Embassy in Kuala Lumpur over the killing of Kim Jong-nam.
A North Korean official says China’s ban on the import of coal would ‘not’ have substantial impact on the North's economy.
The footage, released on Monday, purportedly shows a person believed to be the North Korean leader’s half-brother being assaulted at the Kuala Lumpur airport.
Four North Koreans behind the killing of the leader of North Korea’s brother fled Malaysia on the day he was assassinated, say the police.
Apparently frustrated at North Korean missile activities, China suspends imports of coal from North Korea.
Lee Jae-yong was formally arrested on Friday on charges of bribery in connection with a massive corruption scandal in South Korea.
Malaysian authorities are requesting family DNA to ascertain the relation first as they are trying to get to the bottom of the cloak-and-dagger murder.
The second female suspect in the killing of North Korea’s exiled half-brother was arrested in Malaysia on Thursday.
The suspect in the killing of the North Korean leader’s exiled half-brother has been arrested at the Kuala Lumpur airport.
Pyongyang says it reserves a “sovereign right” to conduct defensive missile tests.
"We have filed for an arrest warrant for Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong and President Park Sang-jin today," the prosecutor's office said.
The half brother of North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, has reportedly been assassinated at a Malaysian airport.
The United Nations Security Council urges its members to ‘redouble efforts’ to enforce bans against Pyongyang after its weekend ballistic missile test.
South Korean prosecutor's office says four more Samsung executives have been identified as suspects in a corruption scandal.
The United States, Japan, and South Korea requested the UN meeting on an “urgent basis” after the North test-launched a nuclear-capable ballistic missile.
South Korean prosecutors are to question Lee Jae-yong again.
South Korea, which detected and reported the launch, says the missile is believed to have fallen into the sea between the Korean Peninsula and Japan.
Hundreds of thousands of people hold anti- and pro-Park rallies in the South Korean capital.
The fire broke out at a shopping mall in Dongtan, a commuter town south of the South Korean capital, Seoul.
South Korean prosecutors raided President Park Geun-hye’s official residence but were confronted by security guards at the site on Friday.
The South Korean Defense Ministry says Seoul and Washington have agreed to deploy the advanced American missile system on Korean territory this year.
The office of South Korea’s President Park Geun-hye on Thursday denied prosecutors access to the president’s residence for a search.
Former United Nations (UN) secretary-general Ban Ki-moon abruptly ended his presidential campaign on Wednesday.
Officials in Seoul say no visas has been issued for Chinese teachers at the Confucius Institute since late 2016.
The new Pentagon chief James Mattis reaffirms Washington's push to engage in the region, "using the full range of US capabilities."
A South Korean Foreign Ministry official says Seoul is considering countermeasures against alleged Chinese retaliation for the planned deployment of a US missile system in South Korea.
Choi Soon-sil, the woman at the center of a scandal in South Korea, shouts to reporters that confessions are being extracted from her under duress.
The acting South Korean president says the deployment of the US missile system can’t be delayed because of the advance in North Korean nuclear and missile programs.
Tens of thousands of South Koreans have demanded the ouster of president and arrest of Samsung heir.
Ban’s brother, Ban Ki-sang, was one of four individuals charged on January 10 in a case that has complicated the presidential run of the ex-chief of the world body.
Cho Yoon-sun was taken into custody Saturday on charges of depriving artists of state subsidies as well as placing them under government surveillance.
The Seoul Central District Court on Thursday decided that evidence provided against Lee Jae-yong was inconclusive and did not warrant his arrest.
South Korean prosecutors seek an arrest warrant for Samsung’s Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong. A court will have to approve the warrant.
China and Russia have worked out their own "countermeasures" against US decision to install an advanced missile system in South Korea, reports say.
South Korea says it will protest Chinese actions that Seoul believes are being taken in retaliation for the planned deployment of a US missiles on Korean territory.
South Korean prosecutors name the heir to South Korea’s Samsung Corporation as a criminal suspect in a corruption scandal engulfing the country.
Seoul claims Pyongyang has produced as much as 50 kilograms of the material required to make bombs.
The allegations against the former UN chief's brother and nephew could possibly damage his plans to run for South Korea's presidency.
Choi Soon-sil, who is facing her own trial, submitted documents to the Constitutional Court, saying she was unable to testify in the case.
The intercontinental ballistic missile will be launched anytime and anywhere, the KCNA says.
A South Korean Buddhist monk sets himself alight during a large rally against the embattled President Park Geun-hye.
The statue, installed outside Japan’s consulate in South Korea’s Busan, symbolizes the women who were forced to work as sex slaves for Japanese soldiers during WWII.