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North Korea invites South's president to Pyongyang

North Korea invites South's president to Pyongyang

Moon's visit is highly possible, if South Korea and the United States downscale their military exercises, while DPRK agrees to freeze its nuclear program and stop testing missiles, he added. During the concert, the two sides expressed hope that the momentum of dialogue and reconciliation will continue. "The two Koreas should cooperate to fan this spark into a flaming torch".


Inside Ramaphosa's secret talks with Zuma

Inside Ramaphosa's secret talks with Zuma

The Sunday Times has also learnt that Ramaphosa intends to appoint Housing Minister Lindiwe Sisulu as his deputy when he becomes president. At a press briefing on Sunday, Hangwi Maumela, who claims to be an ANC branch member in Sandton, called for all South Africans to down tools on Monday until Zuma is removed as president of the country.


Pence bashes North Korea's military parade, endorses Trump's parade

Pence bashes North Korea's military parade, endorses Trump's parade

Among the most shocking of North Korea's human rights abuses is the "three generations of punishment" rule. -South Korean military exercises will resume in full force once the Olympics are over. That, predictably, was the image that North Korea's main newspaper put on its front pages. The delegation has been in the country since arriving Friday to attend the PyeongChang Winter Olympics .


Israel tortures 60 pct of detained Palestinian minors

Israel tortures 60 pct of detained Palestinian minors

The Palestinian leadership in the West Bank, however, see East Jerusalem as the capital of a future Palestinian state. "So we are just going to have to see what happens", he said. In the interview in the Israel Hayom daily, Trump also cast doubt on the Palestinians' desire to strike a deal. We categorically and completely reject [US President Donald] Trump's statements about Jerusalem , his attempts to remove the issue of the city and refugees from the negotiating table, to cut down the ...


Mike Pence didn't snub North Koreans deliberately, officials say

Mike Pence didn't snub North Koreans deliberately, officials say

The invitation, delivered by Kim's visiting sister Kim Yo Jong, said Kim was willing to meet the South's leader "at the earliest date possible", said a spokesman for the presidential Blue House. That part is yet to be determined, as politicians, analysts and curious citizens debate whether the North Koreans' amicable presence at these Olympics is legitimate or simply the latest version of a "charm offensive" from the dictatorship, a calculated move created to engender global support and ...