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South Korea Hosts Winter Olympics 2018
Pence Left Out as Korean Leaders Rejoice in 'Peace Olympics'
The sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has invited the South Korean president to visit her brother for talks as they continue ignoring U.S. hostility. READ MORE
In Pictures: Winter Olympics Begins in a Burst of Light, Sound Ceremony
Performers dressed in traditional costume dance for the thousands of spectators attending the Winter Olympics opening ceremony in South Korea. READ MORE
Revealed: The Most Dangerous Sports in the Winter Olympics
Brain trauma, fractured spinal cords, concussions, shattered knees, broken limbs, torn ligaments: just a few of the most common injuries in Winter Olympic sports. READ MORE
The Winter Olympics: Where Women Are Slowly Gaining Ground
Both female athletes and athletes from non-European countries are slowly penetrating the previously male-dominated realm of the Winter Olympics. READ MORE
North Korea and US to Maintain Stand-off During Winter Olympics
Contrary to popular opinion, North Korea and the United States will not be taking advantage of the Winter Olympics to hold political dialogue for peace, North Korea's KCNA news agency has said. READ MORE
Winter Olympics 2018: Heralding Peace on the Korean Peninsula?
Peace, unity and diplomacy might be given a chance at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang when North Korea and South Korea march side by side. READ MORE
Pope: Joint Korean Team at Olympic Games Provides 'Hope'
The pope's message is in line with the expectations of both North and South Korean leaders. READ MORE
Unified Korean Women's Hockey Team Plays for First Time
The Korea team lost a friendly match 3-1 to Sweden ahead of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in South Korea. READ MORE
Cool Runnings 2.0: Jamaican Bobsled Women Qualify for Winter Olympics
Newbies – world champion sprinter, Carrie Russell and fellow track athlete, Audra Segree – teamed with seasoned pilot American-born Jazmine Fenlator-Victorian. READ MORE