North Korea's mission to the United Nations releases a statement complaining of 'reckless remarks' by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres during the Munich Security Conference last week
(UPDATED) Montenegrin government: 'An unknown person committed suicide with an explosive device' in front of the US embassy in Podgorica
The Winter Games have seen a flurry of cross-border visits and diplomacy on the habitually tense peninsula
Lawmakers confirm the nomination of the Philippines' ambassadors to the Vatican, UAE, Greece, Brazil, Argentina, Indonesia, and the Czech Republic
(UPDATED) Pyongyang scrapped the planned talks during the 2018 Winter Olympics after the US vice president denounced abuses from the 'murderous regime,' US officials say
The CIA and 16 other US intelligence agencies cite President Rodrigo Duterte's suggestion to declare a 'revolutionary government' and impose nationwide martial law as a threat to democracy in Southeast Asia
Analysts say the Games-driven bonhomie on the peninsula may not last long once the sporting festivals are over, particularly once Key Resolve and the Foal Eagle exercises begin
The two countries will talk about the fate of some 6,000 Rohingya refugees stranded in no man's land between the two countries
Mahmud Abbas will call for a new collective approach in a bid to salvage the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, says Palestinian ambassador Riyad Mansour
The US Secret Service denies reports that one of its agents and White House Chief of Staff John Kelly wrestled with Chinese security officials over the 'nuclear football' during President Donald Trump's visit to Beijing
The trade frictions have strained ties at a time when Seoul and Washington are seeking to present a united front against North Korea's nuclear threat
Although more than 110 countries recognize Kosovo's independence, Serbia and dozens of other states have not
'We want to see our region and the world free from terrorism,' says Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi
British Prime Minister Theresa May also warns European partners not to put politics above cooperation against crime and terrorism
76 countries, numerous international funds and global organizations and hundreds of investors have made pledges
The 2.86 billion won will cover transport, hotel, food and other cost for 229 cheerleaders, a taekwondo demonstration team, and around 140 art performers, the country's Unification Ministry says
Kuwaiti foreign minister: 'This escalation will not serve the relationship between Kuwait and the Philippines'
The drama comes after Dutch Foreign Minister Halbe Zijlstra admits he has falsely claimed to have attended a 2006 meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin
British Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson says the HMS Sutherland, an anti-submarine frigate, will sail through South China Sea on its way back to Britain from Australia
Despite the sudden thaw in ties, little has changed near the DMZ, which has split the peninsula since the 1950-53 Korean War ended with an armistice rather than a peace treaty
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says it is important to build on the Olympics-driven momentum for dialogue on the divided peninsula
(4th UPDATE) The total deployment ban comes after reports of abuse against Filipino workers in the Middle Eastern country
Meanwhile, conservative protesters burn the North's national flag outside the concert venue
The meeting follows Johnson's visit to a refugee camp in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar district, where nearly 700,000 Rohingya have sought sanctuary in squalid settlements
Short-track speed skater Lim Hyo-jun wins South Korea's first gold. Meanwhile, the joint Korean women's ice hockey team competes, as Kim Yo Jong – sister of Kim Jong Un – watches from the stands.
(UPDATED) There is speculation Pyongyang could invite South Korea President Moon Jae-in to visit for a summit later this year
Kim Yo Jong is part of a high-level diplomatic delegation led by the North's ceremonial head of state Kim Yong Nam as the Winter Olympics trigger a diplomatic rapprochement between the rivals
The naming of Israeli's ambassador to Amman brings to an end a months-long spat sparked by a deadly shooting
(UPDATED) President Moon Jae-In will have lunch with the high-level delegation Pyongyang is sending for the Winter Olympics
For Senator Grace Poe, it's 'like saying that a homeowner may soon be thankful to a gang of fully armed men who unlawfully intruded his place'
Official: 'We have never begged for dialogue with the US and will never do so'
'If they don’t want to sell, well we may consider the prospect of procuring them from other sources,' says Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque
The meeting comes nearly 3 months after the council adopted a statement demanding that Myanmar rein in its security forces and allow the Rohingya to return to their homes
(UPDATED) Kim Yo-Jong, who is a senior member of the ruling Workers' Party, will be part of a high-level delegation for the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics
Polish President Andrzej Duda signs into law a controversial Holocaust bill intended to safeguard Poland's image abroad but which has instead triggered an unprecedented diplomatic row
Rex Tillerson: 'With respect to the vice president's trip to the Olympics and whether or not there would be an opportunity for any kind of a meeting with North Korea, I think we'll just see'
With 20 years of experience dealing with China behind us, the Philippines should not let its guard down
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier warns that Britain faces 'unavoidable' trade barriers after Brexit if it also quits the bloc's single market and customs union
Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein: 'Myanmar faces a very serious crisis – with a potentially severe impact on the security of the region'
Erdogan: 'We want full membership [in the EU]. Other options are not satisfactory.'
Thomas Shannon will retire as undersecretary of state for political affairs, after 35 years in which he served as an ambassador, an acting assistant secretary of state and, for two weeks last year, acting secretary of state
The arrival of North Korean skiers and skaters in South Korea sets the stage for a 'peace Olympics' after a year of high tensions over Pyongyang's nuclear program
Criticism in London over her domestic agenda and her handling of Britain's contentious divorce with the European Union looms large over her China trip
The record £420 million ($596 million) sale of the embassy in Bangkok's Lumpini neighborhood is the UK foreign ministry's biggest ever such deal and the biggest land deal in Thai history
'It can be misleading because it gives you the wrong impression that there are so many researches going on in Benham Rise,' says maritime expert Jay Batongbacal
Theresa May will also take the opportunity to discuss a wide range of other issues, including climate change and North Korea
Washington's top envoy will lay out his vision for relations with the United States' southern neighbors in a speech in Texas before jetting on a 5-nation voyage
(UPDATED) The drill comes after President Tsai Ing-wen last month warned against what she called Beijing's 'military expansion'
The letter was not made public, but Chris Meade, a diplomat with the US delegation to the AU, confirms its existence
(UPDATED) On a range of issues, visiting Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono comes away with little more than vague promises