South Korean President Issues Warning to North Korea

SEOUL—South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Thursday warned North Korea towards conducting any armed attack on Seoul subsequent many weeks of rising tensions that have dragged inter-Korean relations to their least expensive position in decades.

Mr. Moon’s stern remarks had been unusually strong for a president who has devoted the past 3 decades to improving relations with Pyongyang. Throughout that period of time, he engaged North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in 3 summits and in 2018 facilitated the initial summit involving a sitting U.S. president…

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Kim Jong Un Returns, and North Korean Instability Fears Fade Away

North Korean chief Kim Jong Un’s re-emergence in community finished weeks of speculation about his whereabouts and avoided a thorny diplomatic and navy difficulty for China, the U.S. and South Korea at a tough time.

Shots and video clip printed by North Korean point out media showed Mr. Kim smiling as he walked around a fertilizer manufacturing unit on Friday. Close North Korea watchers said the illustrations or photos appeared to be authentic.


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