Special Envoy for North Korean Human Rights Issues Robert King will travel to the Republic of Korea and Japan, May 18-25. Ambassador King will be in Seoul May 19-23 for meetings with senior R.O.K. Government officials with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, including Special Representative for Korean Peninsula Peace and Security Affairs Lim Sung-nam, ... (more)
Barbie has had countless outfits and accessories since she was born in 1959. But today Barbie's Dream House opened in Berlin with some unofficial additions - police guards and topless protesters brandishing burning crosses.
Although former North Korean leader Kim Jong Il golfed 38 under par , turns out he wasn't so good at racing jet skis.
Mockery of Press ," it targets the U.S. media, arguing that they are too tightly restricted, thus belying U.S. calls for press freedom, and, simultaneously, that they are too free.
AS a comic book fan, my desire to escape into these fantastical worlds of wonder sometimes leads me to forget that I already live in a world full of wonders.
The contribution of the Marquis de Sade to the South African Struggle for liberty is interrogated in film at this year's National Arts Festival.
Korean Air saw the number of passengers on international flights drop 4.6 percent on-year in April, the first time in 23 months that numbers are down.
The 29-year-old Abad, son of Budget Secretary Butch Abad and Batanes Rep. Dina Abad, secured one of only seven spots in the gallery's Invites Series, an annual special project showcasing promising new talents in the UK art scene.
TOKYO, Japan - The United Nations has found that financial sanctions against North Korea have bore fruit as the ability of the Communist nation to push ahead with its nuclear weapons programme has been delayed.
The South Korean ambassador to Japan slams Toru Hashimoto for his remarks justifying Japan's wartime sex slave system, saying the Osaka mayor lacks historical knowledge and regard for the rights of women.
Japanese Cabinet Secretariat advisor Isao Iijima on Wednesday met with senior North Korean apparatchik Kim Yong-il, the North's official KCNA news agency said.
Senegal's controversial $28-million "African Renaissance" statue, depicting a family rising triumphantly from a volcano, is unveiled during its inauguration ceremony in Dakar, April 3, 2010.
The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office announced today that the remains of a U.S. serviceman, missing in action from the Korean War, have been identified and will be returned to his family for burial with full military honors.
A string of serious cyber-attacks and cyberterrorism incidents have occurred around the world.
Instead of the pure military posturing of several weeks ago, the United States is using both diplomatic and military means these days to deal with the tension on the Korean Peninsula.