South Korea looks to boost its kosher food marketKorean government to aid establishment of kosher food producers.
Irony? Rouhani against nuclear weapons in Korean PeninsulaIran’s President tells South Korean counterpart he's in favor of a Korean Peninsula free of nuclear weapons.
Violent farmer aborts flight - with yogaOn flight home from 40th anniversary, S. Korean farmer forces plane back to Hawaii by insisting on doing yoga, then tries to bite Marines.
North Korea successfully tests H-Bomb, causes massive earthquakeRecent test sparks regional as well as international worry, as a new bomb was an unexpected development for isolated state.
Comparing the North Korea and Iran Nuclear DealsExpert explains the parallels between the deal that let North Korea get the nuke and the Iran deal, details South Korea's concerns.
Netanyahu: Iran, North Korea Deals Both MistakesNetanyahu draws similarities between Israel and South Korea - as well as their main enemies.
Israel's Gift to Asia: Water and CybersecurityAs Israel increasingly looks eastward, 2 delegations with China, South Korea signify how European trade becoming increasingly passé.
South Korea Eager to Expand Ties with IsraelSeoul is trying to balance its ties to Jerusalem with ties to Arab states, but wants to develop both relationships.
Meet ISIS's First South Korean RecruitSouth Korean intelligence confirms that 18-year-old middle school dropout is training at an ISIS camp, making him the first to do so.
Clues that South Korean Teen Became an ISIS TerroristISIS terrorist pics on his computer, online friendship with a Turk - police are connecting the dots surrounding disappeared Korean teen.
South Korean Man Believed to Have Joined ISIS18-year-old goes missing from Turkish border town; had exchanged emails with Islamic State jihadists while there.
Israel's Elbit Lands $85 Million Asian Defense ContractUnnamed Asian country - likely China or South Korea - signs deal with Elbit to upgrade F-5 fighter jets as Israel's Asia ties deepen.
Artillery Fire Breaks Out Between North and South KoreaSouth Korea returns fire after North decides to shell in response to activists' protest balloons.
Israel Struggling to Sell Iron DomeIsrael's key missile defense system is unique in the arena of global defense - but politics and cost are preventing investors from buying.
North Korea Denies Leader Has Health ProblemsSenior North Korean official says there is nothing wrong with the health of Kim Jong-Un amid speculations over leader's disappearance.
Israel Aerospace Industries in $1.38 Billion Korea BidIsraeli Aerospace Industries joins Airbus and Boeing in the bidding for lucrative South Korean military contract.
Live Fire Erupts Between North, South KoreaMilitary drill gone awry raises tensions in Korea on Monday. Will it turn into war?
Sources: Taba Bombing the Work of a Suicide BomberNew information about details of attack which killed four tourists at the Taba border crossing between Egypt and Israel.
North Korea Rushing Imminent War PreparationsDictator Kim Jong-Un further raises tensions, orders army to prepare for battle. Kim: 'you don't advertise when you'll start war.'
S. Korea to Expand Its Own 'Zone' During Biden's VisitResponding to China's 'air zone,' S. Korea to expand its own 'zone' escalating standoff. US expert: 'chance of conflict highest ever.'
North Korea Launches Fourth Short Range Missile TestNorth Korea on Sunday launched short-range projectile into waters off its coast, marking latest provocation from Pyongyang.
North Korea Rejects Nuclear TalksNorth Korea has rejected a plan to hold talks over its nuclear development activities, but is willing to discuss disarmament, it says.
N. Korea Moves Short-Range Scud Launchers to East CoastNorth Korea continues to 'play chicken' with its neighbor, moving two more missile launchers to its southeastern coast over the weekend.
John Kerry in Japan on North Korean CrisisUS Secretary of State John Kerry arrived Sunday in Japan for talks to head off a nuclear crisis with North Korea, after meetings in China.
US Secy John Kerry in China Over North Korean Nuke CrisisUS Secretary of State John Kerry flew to China on Saturday to discuss how to prevent Pyongyang from launching a nuclear war.
Kerry Tells North Korea to Tone Down its RhetoricIn Seoul, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry demands that North Korea scrap an expected missile test and dial down its virulent rhetoric.
Obama Urges North Korea to End 'Belligerent Approach'President Obama urged North Korea to end its "belligerent approach", as American officials sought to downplay leaked intelligence report.
US to Move High-Profile Missile Defense System to GuamIncreasing aggressive North Korean rhetoric prompts the US to decide to deploy a high-profile missile-defense system on the island of Guam.
US, S Korea Brace for New North Korean Missile TestNorth Korea is approaching a “dangerous line,” as two Musudan missile launchers are positioned on the east coast of North Korea.
Japan Ready to Defend Against North Korean Nuclear MissilesJapan is preparing for a potential North Korean nuclear missile attack – or a missile test.
Analysis: North Korea Continues Steps Towards HostilityNorth Korea is continuing to take steps towards initiating hostilities with South Korea and possibly the United States.
N. Korea Preparing Fourth Nuclear Test: SouthNorth Korea appears to be preparing a fourth nuclear test as well as a provocative missile launch, South Korea said on Monday.
U.S. Warns North Korea Against ‘Provocative’ ActionsThe United States appears to be running out of patience with North Korea, and Tuesday issued a warning to Pyongyang.
North Korea Crisis Could Spiral Out of Control: BanUN chief Ban Ki-moon warns Korean peninsula crisis could spiral out of control, after North Korea announced it would restart nuclear reactor
US Deploys Destroyer Off Tense Korean PeninsulaThe United States has placed a destroyer off the South Korean coast to defend against a possible missile strike.
North Korea Raises Nuclear Threat Level Against US, S. KoreaNorth Korea raised the nuclear threat level against the United States on Wednesday, warning it could launch a pre-emptive attack.
South Korea and US Defy North's Threats, Launch Joint DrillsThe start of the two-week "Key Resolve" exercise follows a week of escalating tensions on the Korean peninsula.
Angry North Korea Voids Non-Aggression Pacts with SouthNorth Korea voids non-aggression pacts with South, hours after Security Council adopts tough new sanctions on Pyongyang.
North Korea Escalates Anti-US Nuclear ThreatNorth Korean is raising the level of its anti-American rhetoric, threatening to cancel a decades-old armistice and launch a nuclear strike.
Senate Passes North Korea Nuclear Weapons BillThe Senate passes bill aimed at preventing nuclear proliferation in North Korea, following Pyongynag’s third nuclear test earlier this month
North Korea Threatens US WIth 'Miserable Destruction'North Korea threatened the United States with “miserable destruction” if Pentagon goes ahead with annual military exercises with South Korea
New South Korean Missile Aimed at North Korean Leadership?South Korean officials have announced the deployment of a new missile they said could strike the office of North Korea’s leadership.
South Korea's Electorate, Unlike Japan, May Move LeftwardsThe South Korean presidential race is being fought over domestic issues despite the North Korean missile test.
Talmud and Regional Woes Connect South Korea and IsraelIlsoo Kim, South Korean Ambassador to Israel, tells Arutz Sheva of the similarities between the two countries.
North Korea Claims Its Missiles Can Reach U.S. MainlandNorth Korea announced Tuesday that it possesses “strategic rocket forces” capable of reaching the American mainland.
US South Korea Agree On Expanding The Range Of S. Korean MissileThe US agreed that South Korea could increase the range of its missiles.
Intelligence Sharing With Japanese Too Sensitive For KoreaThe painful wounds of the past and the election campaign of the present have temporarily sidetracked a Japanese-South Korean treaty.
Comeback Queen Park Well Placed For S. Korea Presidential RunThe South Korean Saenuri Party retains a majority in the assembly, confounding predictions.
North Korean Missile Test A Non-Factor In South Korean ElectionsEverybody appears to be uptight about the North Korean missile launch, except for the South Koreans.
Obama's Toughness In Seoul Due To Domestic And Diplomatic NeedsBarack Obama's tough talk in South Korea was made in the context of domestic and diplomatic pressures.
Obama: U.S. Pushing for World Without Nuclear WeaponsObama in South Korea university: “Time is short. Iran must act with seriousness and sense of urgency.”
US Upbeat About North Korea TalksDiplomats from Washington and Pyongyang met for the first time since Kim John Il's death to explore restarting multi-lateral talks.
US Lobbies Countries to Cut Imports of Iran OilThe U.S. is lobbying other countries to cut down their imports of Iranian crude to pressure Tehran into stopping its nuclear activities.
South Korea Increases Oil Deal with IranSouth Korea has made an agreement to increase its oil business dealings with Iran -- but may ultimately decide to buy supplies elsewhere.
Kim John Il Passing Causes Consternation in South KoreaSouth Korea's senior leaders and security officials learned of Kim Johg Il's death from the North's state TV; ire at intelligence officials.
Fishing Incident Roils Relations between China and South KoreaChina and South Korea are trying to sort out tensions caused by the intrusion of Chinese fishermen into South Korean waters.
Israel, World Champ in Milk Production, Helps Out S. KoreaSouth Korea, which has suffered a devastating outbreak of foot and mouth disease, turned to Israel for help in rebuilding dairy production.