May 24th @ 9:29 AM GMT
NPR The symbolic gesture was aimed at reunifying two nations still technically at war. But an event staged in the name of peace ended up exposing some distrust that's lasted for decades. (World)
May 24th @ 9:33 PM GMT
CNN An international group of activists, including Gloria Steinem, crossed the heavily fortified border between North and South Korea to bring attention to the need for peace between the two nations. FULL STORY (World)
May 24th @ 8:09 AM GMT
Yahoo! A group of international women activists crossed the heavily-fortified Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea on Sunday in what they said was a symbolic act for peace. North and South Korea are still technically at war after the 1950-53 Korean War ended in a truce, not a peace treaty. Despite its name the DMZ is one of the most heavily militarized and fortified borders in the world. (World)
May 24th @ 11:27 AM GMT
NPR Famed American feminist Gloria Steinem has taken her activism to the border between North and South Korea. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to NPR's Elise Hu about the demonstration aimed at reunifying two nations. (World)
May 24th @ 5:39 PM GMT
Reuters South Korean An Byeong Hun became only the third European Tour rookie to win the BMW PGA Championship in the 60-year history of the event when he roared to a spectacular six-shot victory on Sunday.<img width='1' height='1' src='' border='0'/><br clear='all'/> (Sports)
May 27th @ 8:10 AM GMT (5.4 hr ago)
Yahoo! The United States and two key Asian allies discussed how to increase pressure on North Korea to halt its nuclear program and will urge China to help bring Pyongyang back to the negotiating table, officials said. The talks in Seoul follows a test of what the North said was a submarine-launched ballistic missile earlier this month, which if true, could mean progress in the reclusive state's military capabilities. ''We held specific discussions on ways to deter North Korea's provocations a... (World)
May 25th @ 9:38 PM GMT
Wall Street Journal Asiana has had major accidents in four of the past five years, prompting worries that its safety czar doesn’t have enough power to improve the South Korean airline’s track record. (Business)