Seoul’s top diplomat said it was a joint decision to suspend military exercises scheduled for August.
Thousands of people have demonstrated this month against Chinese investment, a cybersecurity law and the lawmaking process.
US president says Beijing apparently has no intention of changing its unfair trading practices.
Discriminatory and unfair - critics reject Australia’s plans for English language tests for migrants.
Two countries that argued bitterly over competing maritime claims just two years ago now discussing tentative fisheries deal, Philippine media say.
Pak Lay project notification follows dire findings of MRC study.
Amid escalating trade war, China announced it would respond in kind with 50 billion in tariffs on American goods, including agricultural products.
Playing to a home audience, Paris and London will send ships to the South China Sea.
White House could announce a list of tariffs on some $50 billion in duties on Chinese goods on Friday.
Document inked by two leaders seen as vague but full of promise amid questions of North Korea's sincerity and true intentions.
Protesters fear a bill that would let foreigners lease land for 99 years could lead to a dangerous level of Chinese investment
Democrats are heaping scorn on President Trump's tweet that 'There is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea'.