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  • Diplomatic Calendar: Eventful South Korean month ends

    The South Korean embassy ended its month-long festivities with a garden party at the ambassador’s residence...

    Ambassador Song Jong-hwan and his wife hosted the party to celebrate the Foundation Day of the Korean nation and to commemorate the anniversary of the Korean War, fought between 1950 and 1953...

  • UN overstates number of visits by N. Korean ‘diplomats’

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistani officials claim that a United Nations panel grossly exaggerated the number of visits by two North Korean ‘diplomats’ to Pakistan, which internationally raised concerns about the motive of their frequent trips...

    A UN panel of experts monitoring the enforcement of sanctions on North Korea had in a recent report claimed that the Iran-based North Korean officials identified as Jang Yong Son and Kim Yong Chol had...

  • Two guards killed in attack on S. Korean embassy in Libya

    TRIPOLI: Gunmen killed two people and wounded a third in an attack at the South Korean embassy in the Libyan capital on Sunday which was claimed by the self-styled Islamic State (IS) group...

    A security source at the location said the two dead were both Libyan guards, adding that while the embassy had been closed for several months, South Korean officials were continuing to use it...

  • US threatens to 'utterly destroy' North Korean regime

    "If war comes, make no mistake: The North Korean regime will be utterly destroyed...

    But China's foreign ministry sidestepped questions about the US call for an oil embargo, with spokesman Geng Shuang telling reporters that Beijing upholds UN resolutions and backs the denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula...

  • Korean cultural music enthrals audience

    RAWALPINDI: Noreum Machi, a South Korean musical troupe, enthralled the audience at a special event organised by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea and the Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC)...

    Every October, the embassy organises events to commemorate National Foundation Day and celebrate the bilateral relationship between South Korea and Pakistan...

  • Women plead not guilty in N. Korean scion's assassination

    The two women are the only suspects in custody in a killing that South Korea's spy agency said was part of a five-year plot by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to kill a brother he reportedly never met...

    He had been living abroad for years and at the time of his death was travelling on a North Korean diplomatic passport under the name “Kim Chol...

  • Kim brother’s murder: video shows four N. Korean suspects

    SHAH ALAM: Prosecu­tors showed a Malaysian court airport security videos on Thursday that detail the movements of four North Korean suspects who allegedly planned and helped two women now facing possible death sentences kill Kim Jong Un’s estranged half brother...

    Aisyah’s lawyer, Gooi Soon Seng, told reporters before the trial that she was recruited in early January by a North Korean man known to her only as James to star in what he...

  • Trump’s deeply personal reaction to North Korean insults is a break with tradition

    IN a string of tweets fired off on Sunday morning from Hanoi, Vietnam, President Donald Trump responded with sarcastic insults to a recent message from the North Korean government that had referred to him as “old”...

    The North Korean message that aggrieved Trump was released by the country’s foreign ministry on Saturday and described Trump’s 12-day tour of Asia as “a warmonger’s trip for confrontation with our country, trying to...

  • CIA official terms N. Korean supremo rational actor

    WASHINGTON: North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un is a rational politician and the US needs to understand that to deal with the nuclear-armed country, a top Central Intelligence Agency Korea expert said on Wednesday...

    “All politics is local,” he said of the North Korean milieu...

  • 40 Gandharan objects from KP displayed in Korean exhibition

    PESHAWAR: Forty Gandharan objects returned to the Peshawar Museum after three months of display at an exhibition held in the South Korean capital of Seoul...

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Director Archaeology and Museums Dr Abdul Samad told Dawn that the exhibition was held in the Korean capital to promote religious tourism in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as Koreans considered Gandhara — encompassing the present-day Peshawar Valley — a sacred place... ...

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