Official: North Koreans will follow Kim Jong Un
Japan minister apologizes for modeling inside Diet
The 2010 Nobel Peace Prize citation
OSLO, Norway — The complete text of the citation awarding the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize to Chinese dissident Liu Xiabo.
Chinese dissident Liu wins Nobel Peace Prize
Pa. Senate candidates split on China trade bill
Vietnam demands China release 9 fishermen
HANOI, Vietnam — Vietnam demanded on Wednesday that China release nine fishermen arrested in the South China Sea, in the latest row in the region over islands claimed by Beijing.
US diplomat: US-Japan pact vital in changing Asia
US, China defense chiefs to meet amid thaw in ties
Japan says maritime spat with China over
BRUSSELS — Japan declared an end Tuesday to a dispute with China over a high-seas collision last month and the two countries agreed to resume exchanges and projects that had been stopped because of the incident.
NKorea’s Kim Jong Un joins father at army drill
Hong Kong judge: Transgender woman can’t marry man
Taiwan official says China threat growing: reports
Chinese, Japanese leaders meet in Europe amid spat
O’Donnell said China plotting to take over US
Japan ruling party figure Ozawa to be indicted
SKorea: Libya releases South Korean pastor
China vows to enhance ties with new NK leadership
Nobel experts predict low-key prize after Obama
Koreas agree to 1st family reunions in 1 year
Japan PM concerned over China’s maritime expansion
Koreas meet to discuss family reunions
SEOUL, South Korea — Red Cross officials from the two Koreas tried to work out differences Friday on holding reunions for families separated by civil war, a day after the North hinted it might fire artillery on activists who disperse anti-North leaflets.
NKorea prints photos of heir apparent Kim Jong Un
Koreas hold first military talks in 2 years
House condemns Japan on custody rights
WASHINGTON — The House turned up the pressure Wednesday on close ally Japan, strongly urging Tokyo to return immediately half-Japanese children that lawmakers say have been kidnapped from their American parents.
NKorea vows to strengthen nuclear arms
NEW YORK — North Korea vowed Wednesday to strengthen its nuclear weapons stockpile in order to deter a U.S. and South Korean military buildup in the region.
Pentagon says US-China military ties restored
NKorea unlikely to alter strategy toward world
A look at key players in NKorean leadership
China to hold Communist Party meeting next month
US seeks to ease Chinese fears
WASHINGTON — The United States sought Tuesday to ease China’s worries over a strong U.S. presence in the South China Sea, where Beijing and its neighbors are bickering over territorial claims.
Son of NKorean leader elected to party leadership
NKorea: Kim Jong Il’s son named to political posts
US lawmakers urge penalties for Chinese company
Greece checks NKorea cargo, in arms probe
ATHENS, Greece — A government official in Greece says authorities are inspecting a cargo ship suspected of carrying weapon parts from North Korea to Syria.
NKorea’s Kim makes son 4-star general
SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea’s Kim Jong Il made his mysterious youngest son a four-star general in a major promotion seen Tuesday as confirmation that he is slated to become the country’s next leader.
China, Japan say up to the other to fix ties
A look at North Korea’s ruling Workers’ Party
Historic political meeting under way in NKorea
No Japan-China meeting planned at Europe summit
NKorea says ‘historic’ political meeting under way
NKorea’s Kim Jong Il promotes son to general
North Korea promotes Kim son to general
SEOUL, South Korea — North Korean leader Kim Jong Il promoted his youngest son to the rank of general in the Korean People’s Army, the state news agency reported early Tuesday, the clearest signal yet that the 20-something is on track to succeed his father in ruling the impoverished country.
NKorea appears to give military rank to Kim son
Delegates gather in NKorea for political meeting
China says progress made on human rights
BEIJING — China said Sunday it has made progress on human rights, pointing in particular to improved living standards, but an international rights group quickly described the government’s assessment as unrealistic.