The vice president did not give details about the measures, but said the United States would keep up its pressure until North Korea abandons its nuclear and ballistic missile activity.
Chinese navy will work with three domestic telecom providers to upgrade coverage of contested South China Sea islets to 4G.
South Korea is facing criticism for issuing sanctions exemptions to facilitate travel and accommodate North Korean delegations attending the PyeongChang Olympics.
Environmentalist warns of danger in their efforts to shift their trash headache to yet another developing country.
Kim Joo Il edits the newspaper Free NK from the British capital, which aims to expose the reality of life in the isolated state and the abuses carried out by its government.
The vice president is visiting Northeast Asia intent to counter North Korea's charm offensive.
For South Korea, the renewed inter-Korean cooperation its support for increased engagement while the US remains skeptical.
Australia, India, Japan and the US would make stern statements, help China’s maritime rivals and hold joint naval exercises to check Beijing’s maritime rise.
Ceremonial head of state Kim Yong Nam is planning three-day visit as games open Friday.
US officials concerned Kim Jong Un wants to hijack the messaging of the winter sporting event hosted by South Korea.
Defense lawyers score points in the trial of two Reuters reporters. But their fate remains in the hands of an unformed judiciary.
An expected North Korea military parade and talk of a possible U.S. military strike cast an ominous shadow over South Korea’s diplomatic efforts.