Photos: More than 150 people crushed to death during Halloween festivities in Seoul.
More than 150 people were killed after a huge Halloween party crowd surged into a narrow alley, trapping and crushing victims, in a nightlife district in Seoul, South Korea.
A 20-year-old college student from Georgia was identified Sunday as one of the 153 people killed in a stampede during Halloween festivities in the Itaewon district of Seoul, South Korea
As he watched a dozen or more unconscious partygoers carried out from a narrow backstreet packed with youngsters dressed like movie characters, an overwhelmed Ken Fallas couldnt process what was happening.
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) As he watched a dozen or more unconscious partygoers carried...
The U.S. citizens died as they celebrated with friends from around the world, the U.S. ambassador said. <meta name=
South Korean officials say at least 26 foreign nationals were among the more than 150 people killed in the incident in Seoul's Itaewon district. Many were young adults celebrating Halloween.
Over the years, the neighborhood near a U.S. military base, long popular among foreigners, has transformed from red light district to Times Square-like hub.
Thousands went to U.S. district, Itaewon, to celebrate Halloween. More than 150, including two Americans, were crushed to death.
South Korean President Yoon Seok-yeol on Sunday declared a week-long national mourning period after at least 151 people died in a Halloween party crowd crush in a nightlife district in Seoul, The Associated Press reported. Yoon ordered flags at government buildings to fly at half-staff, and declared the district of Yongsan-gu, where the incident took…
SEOUL (Reuters) -Foreign leaders expressed condolences over the deadly crowd surge in Seoul's Itaewon district, with at least 20 foreign nationals from as many as a dozen countries among those killed in the crush in a popular nightspot. South Korea's President Yoon Suk-yeol declared a period of national mourning on Sunday after the Halloween crush on Saturday night killed some 153 people. South Korea's Ministry of Interior and Safety put the total at 20 foreign nationals killed.
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Arms control proponents have mischaracterized denuclearization as requiring North Korea to rapidly abandon the entirety of its nuclear and missile programs before receiving any benefits.
The United States said on Friday its policy towards North Korea had not changed after a senior US official responsible for nuclear policy raised some eyebrows by saying Washington would be willing to engage in arms-control talks with Pyongyang.
The United States said on Friday its policy towards North Korea had not changed after a senior U.S. official responsible for nuclear policy raised some eyebrows by saying Washington would be willing to engage in arms-control talks with Pyongyang. Some experts argue that recognizing North Korea as a nuclear-armed state, something Pyongyang seeks, is a prerequisite for such talks.
WND is now on Trump's Truth Social! Follow us @WNDNews By Micaela Burrow Daily Caller News Foundation North Korea fired two more short-range ballistic missiles on Friday, contrasting with joint displays of force by South Korean military and U.S. troops stationed in the country. The launches, the first of ballistic missiles in two weeks, come…
North Korea launched two ballistic missiles on Friday for the first time in two weeks, coinciding with the last day of South Koreas annual Hoguk military drills. The South Korean military detected the short-range missiles in the Tongchon region, on the east coast of North Korea nearing its southern neighbor. South Koreas Joint Chiefs of…
Pyongyang fired two short-range ballistic missiles toward the sea in its first ballistic weapons launches in two weeks.
Site of Fridays launches closer to South Korea than any other missile launch site
North Korea fired two short-range ballistic missiles on Friday, the South's military said, the latest in a blitz of launches that Washington and Seoul have warned could culminate in Kim Jong Un conducting another nuclear test.
SEOUL: North Korea has fired an “unspecified ballistic missile”, the South’s military said Friday, the latest in a...
North Korea fired a ballistic missile toward the sea on Friday, Seoul officials said, as its rival South Korea was wrapping up an annual military drill that the North views as an invasion rehearsal. The launch, the latest in a series of weapons tests by North Korea in recent weeks, came on the final day of South Korea’s annual 12-day “Hoguk” field exercises, which also involved an unspecified number of U.S. troops this year.
North Korea fired two short-range ballistic missiles (SRBMs) off its east coast on Friday, South Korea's military said, while wrapping up nearly two weeks of major drills aimed at deterring its neighbour. The launch, at a time of growing fears that North Korea is readying for its first nuclear test since 2017, was the latest in a record year of tests, whether of short-range missiles, intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs), or others. The SRBMs were fired from the Tongcheon area of Ga