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Yonhap News Agency is a South Korean news agency. It is a funded company, based in Seoul, South Korea. Yonhap provides news articles, pictures and other information to newspapers, TV networks and other media in South Korea.

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North Korea warns US of 'worse crisis beyond control' after Biden's remarks on its nuclear programme
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North Korea warns US of 'worse crisis beyond control' after Biden's remarks on its nuclear programme

After US President Joe Biden in his first congressional address last week termed Pyongyang's nuclear programme as a "serious threat" to Washington, North Korea has warned the US of 'worse crisis beyond control'.

Kim Jong-Un's sister warns South Korea of 'corresponding action' for failing to stop propaganda leaflets
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Kim Jong-Un's sister warns South Korea of 'corresponding action' for failing to stop propaganda leaflets

The sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, Kim Yo-Jong on Sunday warned South Korea of "corresponding action", for failing to stop anti-Pyongyang leaflets flown by a defector group last week.

North Korea closes embassy in Malaysia over US extradition row
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North Korea closes embassy in Malaysia over US extradition row

North Korea closed its embassy in Malaysia on Sunday after announcing that it is cutting ties with Kuala Lumpur over the extradition of its citizen to the United States for alleged money laundering.

North Korea severs diplomatic ties with Malaysia for extraditing businessman to US
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North Korea severs diplomatic ties with Malaysia for extraditing businessman to US

North Korea on Friday said that it will sever diplomatic relations with Malaysia for extraditing one of its nationals to the United States to face money laundering charges.

North Korea to continue ignoring US contact unless it withdraws 'hostile policies' towards Pyongyang
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North Korea to continue ignoring US contact unless it withdraws 'hostile policies' towards Pyongyang

North Korea on Thursday said it will continue to ignore any contact from the United States unless Washington withdraws its hostile policies towards Pyongyang.

Kim Jong-un's sister threatens of scrapping peace deal
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Kim Jong-un's sister threatens of scrapping peace deal

Seoul, March 16 Kim Yo-jong, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's sister, on Tuesday threatened to scrap a peace ...

Kim Jong-un's sister warns US, S Korea on military drills, threatens to scrap inter-Korean pact
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Kim Jong-un's sister warns US, S Korea on military drills, threatens to scrap inter-Korean pact

Ahead of the planned tour to South Korea by US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin this week, Kim Yo-jong, sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Tuesday threatened to scrap a military peace agreement with Seoul and break up a Workers' Party organ tasked with inter-Korean dialogue as she lambasted the South for conducting military exercises with the United States, reported Yonhap News Agency.

US, South Korea discuss complete denuclearization of Korean Peninsula
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US, South Korea discuss complete denuclearization of Korean Peninsula

South Korean Foreign Minister Chung Eui-Yong and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken stressed close bilateral cooperation for the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula during their first phone talks on Friday, said the South Korean foreign ministry, reported Yonhap News Agency.

S Korea to relax virus curbs amid low COVID-19 cases
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S Korea to relax virus curbs amid low COVID-19 cases

South Korea's daily COVID-19 cases fell back to below 500 on Friday that has led health authorities to relax virus curbs, reported Yonhap News Agency.

S.Korea to hold planned combined drills with US
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S.Korea to hold planned combined drills with US

Seoul, Jan 28 South Korean Defence Minister Suh Wook has confirmed that the country will hold the annual ...

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