North Korea staged a huge military parade on Sunday to mark its 70th anniversary as a nation but held back its most advanced missiles and devoted nearly half of the parade to civilian efforts to build the domestic economy.
North Korea parades troops, artillery to mark 70th anniversary as nation in Pyongyang; Kim Jong-un, Chinese envoy attend
North Korea staged a huge military parade on 9 September to mark its 70th anniversary as a nation.
North Korea refrains from showcasing ICBMs on 70th anniversary; revival of mass games, military parade mark celebrations
North Korea staged a huge military parade on Sunday to mark its 70th anniversary as a nation but held back from showing the Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles.
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
Domestic uprising could lead to collapse of Kim Jong-Un's regime, says high-ranking North Korean defector
A North Korean defector has told the US Congress a domestic uprising could lead to the collapse of Kim Jong-Un's regime
North Korea nuclear threat is 'manageable', says White House Chief of Staff, days after Trump's tough talk
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly said on Friday that the North Korean nuclear and missile threat is "manageable" for now but the isolated nation can't be allowed to develop the ability to strike the US homeland.
Thousands of Pyongyang residents gather in North Korea capital to laud Kim Jung-Un's remarks on Donald Trump
On one side of the square in Pyongyang a giant poster depicted innumerable red missiles plunging towards a collapsing US Capitol, with the slogan "Korea's Answer".
US ambassador Nikki Haley urges 'strongest possible sanctions' against North Korea at UN Security Council
"Only the strongest sanctions will enable us to resolve this problem through diplomacy," US ambassador Nikki Haley told an emergency council meeting.
A top US lawmaker has alleged that China was helping Pakistan with intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs).
Du Wenlong, a researcher at China's PLA Academy of Military Sciences, said the Agni-V "actually has the potential to reach targets 8,000 kilometers away". India, on the other hand, said that it can accurately hit targets more than 5,000 km away.
"Even if it has missiles that could reach most parts of China, that does not mean it will gain anything from being arrogant during disputes with China," said an editorial in a China daily.
Government officials have said the successful launch of the Agni-V missile should not be seen as a threat.
India joins elite missile club of US, Russia, France, China with the successful launch of Agni-V