SEOUL - South Korean government officials Sunday accused the North of preparing for new nuclear tests, based on intelligence that revealed the digging of special tunnels.

SEOUL - South Korea's prime minister said Friday that North Korea's precarious diplomatic and economic position made renewed attacks a real possibility.

SEOUL - North Korea Wednesday celebrated one of its most important holidays, the birthday of leader Kim Jong II, who was feted with cultural events including a flower show and skating competition, state media said.

SEOUL - Talks between South and North Korean military officers Wednesday concluded without an agreement to progress to a high-level military meeting, while Seoul said it agreed in principle to resume a dialogue on humanitarian issues.

SEOUL - The two Koreas Tuesday agreed to hold military talks Feb 8, their first since the North's artillery strike on a South Korean island in November.
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