The Winter Paralympians of North and South Korea have appeared separately under their own countries' flags after a row over the blue-and-white Korean unification flag.
It's the first time South Korean officials have met with the young North Korean leader in person since he took power after his father's death in late 2011.
Both Seoul and Washington have expressed willingness to talk, but the US President Donald Trump demands the North "denuke" first.
Russian Olympic Committee President Alexander Zhukov says doping ban for Russian Olympic athletes has been lifted and the athletes' rights have been "fully restored."
South Korean President Moon Jae-in says the United States and North Korea should both make concessions so they can sit down to talks.
The colourful closing ceremony in Pyeongchang drew international focus as visiting high-level North Korean delegation showed openness to talks with the US. Daughter of the US President, Ivanka Trump also attended the event.
Announcing the decision, president of the International Olympic Committee cited two Russian athletes testing positive for doping in Pyeongchang which he said was "hugely disappointing".
Russian bobsledder Nadezhda Sergeeva has tested positive for a banned substance at the Winter Olympics.
Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky has been stripped of his PyeongChang Winter Olympics bronze medal after admitting doping, the Court of Arbitration for Sport says.
The prospective meeting was the most highly anticipated moment expected during US Vice President Mike Pence's visit to Pyeongchang.
Russia's Alexander Krushelnitsky, who competes in curling, one of the Games' least physically taxing sports, is suspected of testing positive for Meldonium – the same substance that saw Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova suspended.
Here's a collection of pictures from the Pyeongchang Olympics with a focus on the finer details.
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