Hundreds flee after fire spreads through Seoul's densely-packed neighbourhood
More than 800 firefighters, police officers and public workers were deployed to fight the flame and handle evacuations after the fire broke out around 6:30 a.m.
Seoul says talks underway over joint nuclear exercises with US
In 2022, the North conducted sanctions-defying weapons tests nearly every month, including firing its most advanced ICBM ever.
South Korean capital Seoul launches self-driving bus experiment
The new vehicle does not look like a regular bus and has rounded edges along with large windows that make it appear more like a toy than a technological breakthrough.
Families, friends struggle to cope after Seoul crush
The street in front of the narrow alley is now covered with rows of white flowers and notes expressing sorrow.
South Korea's Itaewon: An inclusive, multicultural hub hit with tragedy on Halloween
Witnesses say the streets were so densely clogged with people and slow-moving vehicles that it was practically impossible for emergency workers and ambulances to arrive in time
'There were bodies everywhere': US soldiers survive South Korea's worst-ever stampede
Three off-duty American soldiers stationed in South Korea told AFP how they found themselves caught up in the crowd surge and crush that killed 151 people and injured scores more.
South Korea in shock after 153 die in Halloween stampede: Here is all you need to know
Eyewitnesses said people were trapped in a narrow alleyway, scrambling to get out of the suffocating crowd as they piled on top of one another while the police force had been occupied elsewhere.
Crush kills at least 151 at Halloween festivities in Seoul
Those killed or hurt were mostly teens and people in their 20s, according to Choi Seong-beom, chief of Seoul’s Yongsan fire department.
North Korea fires two cruise missiles: Seoul defence ministry
Washington and Seoul officials have also warned that the isolated regime is preparing to carry out what would be its seventh nuclear test.
Seoul rejects 'invasion' claims as North Korea slams trilateral military cooperation with US and Japan
North Korea accused the US of exaggerating rumors about North Korean threats to provide an excuse for attaining military supremacy over the Asia-Pacific region including the Korean Peninsula.
North Korea 'ready for nuclear test' with Biden due in Seoul
Kim Jong Un's regime is battling a spiralling Covid-19 outbreak with nearly two million reported cases of "fever", but both Washington and Seoul say this has not derailed Pyongyang's test plans.
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North Korea and South Korea leaders Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae In to meet at military demarcation line before summit
Moon will greet his visitor at the concrete blocks that mark the border between the two Koreas in the Demilitarized Zone, the chief of the South's presidential secretariat Im Jong-seok said.
Seoul press cautiously welcome North Korea talks offer
Seoul newspapers expressed a guarded welcome but warned that major questions remained over the North's sincerity.
European Union welcomes 'encouraging steps' on North Korea
South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-Wha will meet her European Union counterparts at their regular meeting in Brussels on March 19 to update them on developments.
South Korea 'in talks to buy nuclear submarine' from US: Reports
The country is currently barred from developing atomic weapons under the deal with the US, which in turn offers Seoul "nuclear umbrella" against potential attacks by the North.
North Korea hacks South Korean military data including Seoul's war plan
The report comes amid heightened fears of conflict on the Korean peninsula, fuelled by US President Donald Trump's continued threats.
As tensions soar, South Korean media urge nuclear arms
As nuclear-armed North Korea's missile stand-off with the US escalates, calls are mounting in the South for Seoul to build nuclear weapons of its own to defend itself.
China urges restraint after North Korea missile launches
South Korea and the US last week began annual joint military exercises that always infuriate Pyongyang.
North Korea fires four banned ballistic missiles into ocean
The South's Joint Chief of Staff said in a statement that Monday's launch was made in the Tongchang-ri area in North Pyongan province.
AAI gives target to airports to achieve 100% use of Green Energy by 2024
Loss of seniority of candidates recommended earlier 'matter of grave concern': SC Collegium
Former Karnataka CM S M Krishna, industrialist Kumar Mangalam Birla get Padma awards
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Indian mission in London's security heightened as British Sikh groups call for protests
HC declares void divorce given to Indian couple by US court, orders husband to pay wife Rs 25L