Korea — deeply divided for decades and technically still at war. DW explains how the split between North Korea and South Korea came about, and how relations between the two countries have developed since then.
Soldiers shaking hands or shared cultural heritage are part of the ongoing diplomatic rapprochement between South and North Korea. A Berlin exhibition celebrates this idea.
The Japan Times' decision to revise its description of women forced into sexual slavery by the Japanese military during World War II has triggered anger and condemnation. Julian Ryall reports.
The memorial service for George H.W. Bush honored the life of the last World War II veteran president. The event marks a watershed moment for Germany and the United States, says DW's Michael Knigge.
The two countries have inagurated a new complex that will let their officials communicate directly with one another
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