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“The reality is nobody knows what’s happening in Pyongyang.”
The three men are the last U.S. prisoners in North Korea.
For most people in South Korea, life in North Korea is complete mystery. One news organization in Seoul is trying to fill in the blanks.
"What we need is only peace."
If the meeting "isn't fruitful, I will respectfully leave."
“There is a Syrian-North Korean connection in weapons of mass destruction.”
The elite hacking group, also known as ACT37, is linked to Pyongyang and has emerged as a significant threat according to U.S. security firm FireEye.
Murmurs of a possible U.S. military intervention on the Korean Peninsula has struck a nerve among Seoul's policymakers and government officials.
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Trump’s outburst against Russia comes amid thawing relations between North Korea and South Korea.