Kim Jong-un sends missile launches as 'warning' to Washington, Seoul as tensions rise on Korean peninsula
North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un says the country's latest missile launches were a warning to Washington and Seoul over their joint war games
US-South Korea war games 'flagrant violation' of efforts to achieve peace on Korean peninsula, says Pyongyang
Pyongyang said US-South Korean war games are a 'flagrant violation' of efforts to reach peace on the Korean peninsula and reflect a lack of 'political will' to improve relations.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un supervised test firing of new multiple rocket launcher, reports state media
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un supervised the test firing of a new multiple rocket launcher, state media said on Thursday.
North Korea fires two short-range ballistic missiles in defiance of UN resolutions, reports South Korean military
North Korea fired two short-range ballistic missiles off its east coast on Wednesday in defiance of UN resolutions, South Korea's military said, less than a week after Pyongyang's first weapons tests in more than two months.
Kim Jong-un ‘personally organised and guided’ firing of North Korean short-range missiles, says state media
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un supervised the launch of "a new-type of tactical guided weapon" as a "solemn warning to South Korean military warmongers", state news wire KCNA said.
North Korea fires two short-range missiles to warn US, South Korea ahead of military exercises between Washington and Seoul in August
North Korea fired two short-range missiles into the sea on Thursday, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said, after warnings from Pyongyang over military exercises between Washington and Seoul next month. The North has warned the war games could affect the planned resumption of denuclearisation talks between Washington and Pyongyang.
North Korea leader Kim Jong-un has inspected a newly built submarine and ordered officials to further bolster the country's military capability, state media reported.
Kim Jong-un votes for two candidates in North Hamgyong province in nationwide local elections with 99.98% turnout
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un voted in nationwide local elections that registered the near 100 percent turnout. The election allows the authorities to claim a popular mandate while reinforcing loyalty to Kim's regime. Kim visited a polling station in North Hamgyong province and voted for two candidates.
North Korean media slams Japan for imposing trade restrictions against Seoul, accuses Tokyo of "destroying peace" in Korean Peninsula
North Korea's state media has slammed Japan for its recent trade restrictions against Seoul over wartime slavery disputes.
US-South Korea military drills ‘will affect’ proposed working-level nuclear talks between Pyongyang and Washington: North Korea
North Korea warned that US-South Korea military drills to be held next month will infuriate Pyongyang. Washington has previously insisted on North Korea's complete denuclearisation as a condition for lifting punishing US sanctions.
Mike Pompeo hopes for US, North Korea to be ‘more creative’ during nuclear talks; discussions likely to resume in July
Mike Pompeo said he hoped both North Korea and United States could “be a little more creative” when two sides restart talks regarding denuclearisation. Pompeo said negotiations would likely to happen 'sometime in July...probably in the next two or three weeks'.
US Election 2020: Joe Biden promises that if elected, he will end 'forever wars', reassert leadership to combat global instability
Joe Biden promised on Thursday his White House would end "forever wars" and reassert American leadership to combat authoritarianism and global instability, which he says are proliferating under President Donald Trump.
'Ok, let's do it.' says Donald Trump and makes history to become first sitting American leader to step into North Korean soil
'Ok, let's do it.' With those words, President Donald Trump became the first sitting American leader to step into North Korea on Sunday as the two made history at the heavily fortified Demilitarized Zone (DMZ)
'Beautiful couple; beauty and the beast': Donald Trump praises Mike Pompeo, Ivanka after meeting with Kim Jong-un
President Donald Trump on Sunday called his daughter Ivanka Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on stage and referred to them as "a beautiful couple, beauty and the beast"
Donald Trump becomes first sitting US President to visit North Korea, agrees to revive talks with Kim Jong-un on Pyongyang's nuclear program
As he announced the resumptions of talks on North Korea's nuclear program, Trump told reporters "we're not looking for speed. We're looking to get it right."
'Say hello': Donald Trump invites Kim Jong-un to meet at demilitarised zone between North, South Korea
US president Donald Trump Saturday invited North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to meet for a historic handshake at the demilitarised zone between North and South Korea in what he said was a spontaneous offer
G20 Summit: Donald Trump halts new tariffs on Chinese goods post talks with Xi Jinping, says ties with Beijing 'right back on track'
The apparent truce marks a pattern for talks between Trump and Xi, who have professed their friendship with each other and hit the pause button on protectionist measures after their conversations, only to see negotiations later break down
G20 Summit: Trump, Xi hold make-or-break meet amid rising threat of trade war; US president says he is open to ‘historic’ deal
US President Donald Trump said he was ready for a "historic" deal with China as he kicked off a hotly awaited meeting with China's Xi Jinping at the G20 Summit in Osaka.
G20 Summit in Osaka: Donald Trump lavishes praise on Saudi Crown Prince, ignores questions about Khashoggi murder
United States President Donald Trump met Mohammed bin Salman on the last day of the ongoing G20 summit and said that the Saudi Crown Prince has done a 'spectacular job'.
North Korea asks Seoul to stop mediating between Pyongyang, US; demands 'workable solution' for deadlocked nuclear diplomacy
North Korea said on Thursday that South Korea must stop trying to mediate between Pyongyang and Washington. The statement was an apparent expression of displeasure with Seoul and Washington over stalled nuclear diplomacy. The Hanoi summit's collapse was a blow to South Korean President Moon Jae-in, a liberal who shuttled between Washington and Pyongyang to facilitate talks between the countries to help find a diplomatic settlement of the North Korean nuclear crisis.