Mi-Young Yang, a South Korean pastor, has made her way to Wittenberg. She's particularly interested in those places associated with Martin Luther.
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 latest cooperation project between the two foes is the first step in creating a joint train system. However, continued US sanctions may make it an impossible dream to realize.
South Korea's top court has ruled that the Japanese group Mitsubishi should compensate individuals for their forced labor during World War II. Japan immediately retaliated, calling the ruling "totally unacceptable."
The defection comes as North and South Korea have reduced military tensions along the border. Defections across the border separating the two sides are rare and have raised tensions in the past.
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