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The message from Xi came days after North Korea fired an intercontinental ballistic missile in one of its most powerful tests yet, declaring it would meet perceived US nuclear threats with nukes of its own
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's sister attacked South Korea with a string of insults on Thursday for considering new unilateral sanctions against the North, calling its president and his government “idiots” and “a running wild dog gnawing on a bone given by the US.”
Youn Kun-young, who also attended the NIS meeting, said he also was briefed that she is Kim's second child but refused to provide further details
North Korea’s official Korean Central News Agency released photographs on Saturday confirming that Kim Jong Un attended the launch with his daughter. The existence of his daughter was first mentioned by former US basketball player Dennis Rodman who claimed to have met ‘Ju Ae’ as a baby in 2013
It is extremely rare for state media to mention Kim's children, and this is the first official confirmation that he has a daughter
In 2018, former South Korean president Moon Jae-in was gifted two white Pungsan dogs by his North Korean counterpart Kim Jong-un. Now, the interior ministry under President Yoon Suk-yeol has backed out from a deal to pay for the pets, prompting Moon to give them up
North Korea fired three short-range ballistic missiles toward the sea Wednesday that prompted South Korea to issue an air raid alert on its eastern island, escalating animosities between the rivals.
North Korea's recent barrage of missile launches were tests of its tactical nuclear weapons to “hit and wipe out” potential South Korean and US targets, state media reported Monday, as its leader Kim Jong Un signaled he would conduct more provocative tests.
North Korea says recent missile tests were 'tactical nuclear' drills, overseen by leader Kim Jong Un
Kim made acquiring tactical nukes, smaller, lighter weapons designed for battlefield use, a top priority at a key party congress in January 2021, and this year vowed to develop North Korea's nuclear forces at the fastest possible speed
North Korea fired a mid-range ballistic missile Tuesday which flew over Japan, Seoul and Tokyo said, a significant escalation as Pyongyang ramps up its record-breaking weapons-testing blitz.
The law will allow North Korea to carry out a preventive nuclear strike 'automatically' and 'immediately to destroy hostile forces' when a foreign country poses an imminent threat to Pyongyang, the official Korean Central News Agency said.
The state media announcement came a day after authorities said they had locked down parts of Ryanggang province — which borders China — after finding four new 'fever' cases there
Kim Jong Un's sister Kim Yo Jong said her country will never accept South Korea's 'foolish' offer of economic benefits in exchange for denuclearisation steps, accusing Seoul of recycling past proposals Pyongyang already rejected.
The Korea Central News Agency reported that the rule of wearing masks was lifted, except in frontline areas and borderline cities, and counties, given that the whole country was turned into an epidemic-free zone
Addressing a meeting of health workers and scientists, Kim Yo Jong blamed the country's COVID outbreak on South Korea and warned of ‘retaliation’
According to experts, North Korea has one of the world's worst healthcare systems, with poorly-equipped hospitals, few intensive care units, and no mass testing ability
Kim Jong Un says North Korea 'ready to mobilise' nuclear weapons in future military clash with US and South Korea
Washington and Seoul have repeatedly warned that Pyongyang is preparing to carry out its seventh nuclear test, a move that the United States has warned would provoke a 'swift and forceful' response
Kim also said that the military drills of the allies show the US's 'double standards' and 'gangster-like' aspects, as it brands North Korea's routine military activities as threats
It is a measure of the maturity of the Indian electorate that height has never been brought up as a relevant factor when assessing leaders
North Korea already has thousands of conventional weapons aimed at South Korea and the nearly 30,000 US forces stationed there, but moving its short-range nuclear missiles to the border would be the clearest sign yet that Kim Jong-Un is looking to use his nuclear weapons to threaten his neighbouring