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North Korea's news agency KCNA reported the has declared it has entered a "state of war" with South Korea.
North Korea has banned South Korean workers from crossing the border to Kaesong industrial park, a commercial zone jointly managed by the two Koreas.
The government has not decided to evacuate Indonesians living in North Korea.
North Korea warns foreigners in South Korea to evacuate as the peninsula is on the brink of war.
United States Secretary of the State John Kerry
North Korea claimed that an attack will be launched as a retaliation to a rally against North Korea held in Seoul, South Korea
April 25, 2013, was said to be the date when North Korea will launch its missile.
North Korea finally remove two Musudan missiles from their launch site, remarking a new stage after weeks of global concern
North Korea condemned the arrival of United States nuclear powered aircraft carrier, USS Nimitz, in South Korea for joint exercise.
North Korea has launched short range missiles into the sea off the Korean Peninsula's east coast.
South Korea has demanded that North Korea end its nuclear program as previously promised.
Citizens' Alliance for North Korean Human Rights activists visited Jakarta to raise awareness among Indonesians on the situation in their homeland.
North Korean Scholar believed that the misunderstanding between both countries was caused by different political systems adopted by each country.
The two Koreas also agreed to later discussions to prevent future shutdowns of the industrial park.
S. Korea sent a message to N. Korea to discuss the normalization of a suspended inter-Korean industrial complex in the North's border town of Kaesong.
The Foreign Ministry announces a press release welcoming the release of South Korean nationals by the Government of North Korea.
In a letter, Indonesian president Yudhoyono asserted the importance of a breakthrough to improve communications between North and South Korea.
The US currently has 28,000 soldiers stationed on the Korean peninsula.
North Korea has a pattern of issuing peace offensives followed by military provocations, according to Yonhap news agency.
However, it remains uncertain whether the reunion, which is scheduled for February 20 to 25, 2014, will be actually held.