North Korea says another 'crucial test' successfully conducted to 'bolster nuclear deterrent'; announcement comes amid major push for concessions from US
The announcement comes as North Korea continues to pressure the Trump administration for major concessions as it approaches an end-of-year deadline set by leader Kim Jong Un to salvage faltering nuclear negotiations
A veteran official of North Korea, Ju Kyu Chang who developed nuclear and missile technology for the country died on Monday due to a blood disease, announced Pyongyang.
Kim Jong-un, Moon Jae-in to meet at Military Demarcation Line tomorrow; North Korea's nuclear arsenal high on agenda
North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un and the South's president Moon Jae-in will meet at the Military Demarcation Line that divides the peninsula for their summit on Friday, Seoul said, in an occasion laden with symbolism.
Kim Jong-un has halted North Korea's nuclear tests and intercontinental ballistic missile launches, as diplomatic efforts to ease tensions on the Korean peninsula gather pace.
US' Nuclear Posture Review a walk back to Cold War era; places nukes at centre of American military strategy
The recently released US' Nuclear Posture Review is a masterpiece in reconciling contradictions and making the unreasonable seem perfectly understandable.
India test-fires Agni-V: China is irked by New Delhi's strategic deterrence against potential mischief by Beijing
India successfully test-fired its nuclear capable Agni-V Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) from the Abdul Kalam island, off the coast of Odisha.
North Korea is preparing a display of its military strength in a parade on eve of Winter Olympics in the South, despite a rare sporting detente with Seoul
A ballistic missile launched by North Korea last year failed in flight and crashed back to the ground, it has been reported
China responds to Donald Trump's allegations, denies reports of selling oil illicitly to North Korea
China denied reports it had been illicitly selling oil products to North Korea in violation of UN sanctions, after US president Donald Trump said he was unhappy that China had allowed oil to reach the isolated nation
North Korea prepares to launch satellite; observers warn Pyongyang's space programme is fig leaf for weapons tests
North Korea is preparing to launch a satellite, a Seoul newspaper said on Tuesday, as outside observers warn that the nuclear-armed regime's space programme is a fig leaf for weapons tests
North Korea slams latest UN sanctions over ICBM tests, terms move 'act of war' that destroys region's stability
North Korea on Sunday slammed the latest UN sanctions imposed on it over the isolated country's widely-condemned intercontinental ballistic missile tests, describing the move as an "act of war".
US in talks with China over North Korea sanctions, new measures likely to target oil products supply to Pyongyang
The United States is in talks with China on slapping new UN sanctions on North Korea and could put forward a draft Security Council resolution soon
South Korea, Japan and US begin missile detection exercise amid nuclear tensions in Korean peninsula
South Korea, Japan and the US have begun joint missile detection exercises amid escalating regional tensions over North Korea's nuclear weapons program, Seoul's Joint Chiefs of Staff said on Monday.
Pyongyang's push to attain ICBM shows that old "cornerstones" of security are threatening to fall apart, and the fault is not entirely that of North Korea.
Hours after North Korea's latest missile launch, US and China hold 'quiet military talks' in Washington
US and Chinese generals on Thursday engaged in an unusual set of security talks, just hours after North Korea's most powerful missile test yet
North Korea 'grave threat' to the world, says White House; Washington urges countries to pressurise Pyongyang
North Korea poses a "grave threat" to the world, the White House said today, exhorting countries to apply maximum pressure on Pyongyang after it launched an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).
North Korea has said the missile it tested on Wednesday held a warhead capable of re-entering the Earth's atmosphere.
North Korea crisis: From diplomacy to direct confrontation, Donald Trump is left with no good options
After two months of relative quiet, North Korea launched its most powerful weapon yet early Wednesday, claiming a new type of intercontinental ballistic missile that some observers believe could reach Washington and the entire eastern US seaboard.
Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull condemned North Korea's latest intercontinental ballistic missile launch, describing the action as "illegal and dangerous" to global peace and stability. North Korea "successfully" test fired an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) which is capable of hitting anywhere in the United States.
North Korea ended its longest pause in missile tests in 2017 with what appeared to be its most powerful version yet of an ICBM meant to target the United States.