North and South Korea said Wednesday that athletes from the two countries will march together under a single “unified flag” at the opening of next month’s Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The two countries also said women’s ice hockey players would compete together on a single Korean team. The thaw in relations came as President Donald Trump blamed Russia for helping North Korea skirt international sanctions, telling Reuters in a wide-ranging interview that he was ordering more defensive and offensive missiles to be deployed to the region.
Athletes from North and South Korea to March Together at Olympics
HeadlineJan 18, 2018