US-based Human Rights Watch drew on interviews with more than 50 North Korean escapees to chronicle gruesome details of rape and other abuses perpetrated...
"We have to reassure Kim Jong Un that he has made the right choice in denuclearising and we need to support his desire for durable and solid peace," Moon...
Vatican spokesman Greg Burke declined to comment on a possible papal trip to Pyongyang, saying on Tuesday "let's wait for the invitation to arrive."
The North Korean leader has yet to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has previously invited Kim to Moscow.
Pompeo arrived in Tokyo on the first leg of a tour that will take him to Pyongyang for a fourth time.
In the declaration, the North agree to permanently close its Tongchang-ri engine test site and missile launch pad.
Tuesday's meeting between the South's President Moon Jae-in and the North's leader Kim Jong Un is their third so far this year.
The nuclear-armed North invaded its neighbour in 1950, starting the Korean War.
He said international guarantees would be "appropriate" along with US offers.
The two leaders will meet in the North Korean capital to discuss "practical measures to denuclearise" the peninsula.
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