Analysts weigh the possible offers North Korea's leader could make later this month in Vietnam.
Firing back with ‘unprecedented’ provocations against joint South Korean and American annual military exercises, Kim Jung Un could make a dangerously wrong move.
North and South Korea reached an agreement early Tuesday morning to resolve the showdown on the divided peninsula, with Pyongyang expressing regret for recent provocations, including a land mine attack that severely injured two Southern soldiers. In return, Seoul agreed to turn off the loudspeakers that had angered Pyongyang so much that it had entered a “quasi state of war.” They will be silenced at noon local time Tuesday.
North and South Korea resumed talks at the historic "truce village" Sunday in a bid to ease tensions and heated rhetoric that escalated last week. The talks, held inside the Demilitarized Zone, featured key players such as Hwang Pyong So, who is the reclusive regime's leader's deputy and political director of North Korea's army.