N. Korea denies human right abuses

North Korea said Saturday there are no human rights problems in the country, denouncing the United States for making unfounded accusations against it.   "If the American-style 'standard of human rights' is universally accepted, ...

S. Korea, Brazil agree to bolster ties

President Park Geun-hye and her Brazilian counterpart, Dilma Rousseff, agreed Friday to strengthen their countries' partnership by diversifying cooperation."(South Korea and Brazil) can become ideal partners in expanding cooperati...

'A number of years' needed to evaluate Seoul's need to produce enriched uranium fuel for power plants: expert

It will take a "number of years" for South Korea and the United States to evaluate whether it's good for Seoul to produce low-enriched uranium fuel for power plants on its own under a new nuclear cooperation agreement with the U.S...

U.S. envoy for six-party talks to travel to S. Korea

Sydney Seiler, U.S. special envoy for six-party nuclear talks with North Korea, will visit South Korea to attend a security seminar and meetings with officials, the State Department announced Friday.   Seiler will be in Seoul fr...