Tensions are rising on the Korean peninsula after the United States flew two nuclear-capable bombers over South Korea. The move is intended as a warning to North Korea after its recent nuclear test.
North Korea's Olympic representative has given the strongest indication yet that the country will send a delegation to Pyeongchang. The move comes as the two longtime enemies prepare to hold rare talks.
Delegations from North and South Korea are holding talks for the first time in over two years. Despite symbolic significance, a breakthrough is not to be expected. Fabian Kretschmer reports from Seoul.
North and South Korea have officially announced they will hold bilateral talks on improving relations next week. They will be the first such talks between the two nations since December 2015.
North Korea has reopened a cross-border communication channel with South Korea despite the spike in animosity between the two countries in 2017. The main topic of conversation is set to be the Winter Olympics.
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