This is the first time in nearly four decades a US aircraft carrier is visiting Vietnam since the war ended in 1975.
Seoul's gesture comes after successful sports diplomacy during the Olympic games in which North Korean players took part.
US President Trump made the controversial remarks during a closed-door session during a Republican donors conference in Florida.
A pro-North Korea paper says the US must "give up its reckless hostile policy".
"The issue of a crime against humanity committed in time of war cannot be closed with just a word," said Moon Jae-in.
Lebanon's Hezbollah produced a video game simulating the battlefields of Syria and allowing users to launch attacks on the Islamic State.
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri is in Saudi Arabia for the first time since his dramatic resignation from Riyadh in November last year.
Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha has now promised to hold election no later than February 2019.
The Afghan government offers to recognise Taliban as a political force, provide passports and withdrawal of sanctions in return for talks.
North Korea's arms exporter is believed to have made at least 40 shipments through a complex smuggling network.
South Korean air force scrambles 10 fighters to monitor the intruding aircraft's activities in the zone.
The Islamic State claims responsibility for the killing of a police officer in Srinagar.
As many as 30 ministerial changes were announced by South Africa's new president, Cyril Ramaphosa.
President Vladimir Putin spoke to Germany's Angela Merkel and France's Emmanuel Macron over the violence in Syria.
Chinese state media and foreign ministry rallies behind the proposal that president's two-term restriction will soon be removed.
The South Korean president has asked Washington and Pyongyang to lower their expectations before engaging in a dialogue.
Church leaders say the Israeli government's violations of the status quo are at an "unprecedented level".
North Korea's top delegation, led by Kim Yong-chol, is in South Korea to take part in the closing ceremony of the Winter Olympics.
India and Pakistan exchange fire on the border areas of the restive Kashmir region with both sides blaming each other for the escalation.
Israeli satellites spot two of Moscow's advanced fighter aircraft, Su-57, at an airbase in Syria.
The Chinese communist party's powerful Central Committee has proposed a major constitutional change to allow Xi Jinping to continue beyond two terms.
The UN Security Council unanimously called for the implementation of a 30-day truce deal across Syria in what is a significant development.
President Rodrigo Duterte came to power in May 2016, riding on the wave of a harsh anti-drug rhetoric.
The government says some 1,000 Pakistani soldiers are in the kingdom on a training and advisory mission, but the opposition wants to know what exactly they are doing.
The opposition Democratic Unity alliance said the elections will not be free and fair.
Both speculation and expectation of possible talks are growing since the US first daughter Ivanka Trump will also be present at the closing ceremony.
The dead bodies of two schoolgirls have been found following the attack by the Islamist group.
South Korean foreign ministry says inter-Korea and US-Korea talks are the only ways to ease tensions in the Korean peninsula.
Authorities have launched a manhunt to catch the assailants and the motive behind the attack is still unclear.
The Indian prime minister did not personally greet Trudeau at the airport nor did he write anything on Twitter about the Canadian leader's visit.