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Seoul: North Korea Willing To Talk To US About Giving Up Nuclear WeaponsNorth Korea is willing to talk to the United States about giving up its nuclear weapons, South Korea said Tuesday.
2018 Winter Olympics Sets Record For Most Condoms Given OutA record 110,000 condoms have been handed out to the nearly 3,000 Olympians in PyeongChang; that's almost 40 condoms per athlete.
Security Beefed Up For Start Of Olympics In South Korea
North, South Korea Hold Talks To Ease Military TensionsNorth Korea agrees to send delegation to the Winter Olympics in South Korea, in a rare meeting to improve long-strained ties with the South.
Trump, South Korea's Moon Agree To No Military Drills During OlympicsThe U.S. and South Korea agreed Thursday to delay joint military exercises during the upcoming Winter Olympics in South Korea.
Diplomatic Breakthrough: North Korea Calls Hotline To South KoreaNorth Korea and South Korea have established contact through a hotline that's been dormant for years - a major diplomatic breakthrough.
South Korean President Welcomes North Korean Olympic ParticipationSouth Korea's president is pushing for measures to help North Korea participate in the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
South Korea Doubts North Korea's Ability To Launch Nuclear MissileSouth Korea's foreign minister thinks there is "no concrete evidence" that North Korea has perfected the technology to deliver a nuclear warhead on an intercontinental ballistic missile.
North Korea Fires Missile That Shows It Can Hit 'Everywhere In The World'North Korea successfully launched a Hwasong-15 intercontinental ballistic missile on Wednesday, the state-run KCTV announced.
Trump On North Korea's Latest Launch: "We Will Take Care Of It"President Donald Trump said North Korea's latest launch of another intercontinental ballistic missile is something the U.S. "will handle." 
US, S. Korea Start Drills In Show Of Force Against N. KoreaThe United States and South Korea began joint naval exercises Saturday involving three U.S. aircraft carriers, in what military officials describe as a clear warning to North Korea.
'He's Our Student, He's Our Kid': Former Teachers Mourn Loss Of Airman Who Died OverseasAirman 1st Class Darrick Jones died overseas Monday while on a temporary assignment to train allies in the Republic of Korea.

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