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'North Korea will never beg for China's friendship'

'North Korea will never beg for China's friendship'

North Korea slammed China for criticising its nuclear weapons programme, saying it will never "beg" for Beijing's friendship, Pyongyang's state-run news agency said on Thursday.

Use of force in North Korea would lead to bigger disasters: China

China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi warned at the United Nations on Friday against military action to respond to the threat from North Korea's missile and nuclear programmes.

Pakistan may be building new nuclear site: Analysts

Pakistan may be building new nuclear site: Analysts

Pakistan, which conducted its first nuclear tests in 1998 is believed to have around 120 nuclear weapons, more than India, Israel and North Korea.

'North Korea now a nuclear threat to be reckoned with, Washington can expect more nuclear tests and missile launches'

'North Korea now a nuclear threat to be reckoned with, Washington can expect more nuclear tests and missile launches'

The top North Korean official for US relations today said that his country is now a nuclear threat to be reckoned with, and Washington can expect more nuclear tests and missile launches like the ones earlier this week as long as it attempts to force his government's collapse through a policy of pressure and punishment.

Korean leader Kim Jong-un's mass destruction plan

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North Korean leader orders further nuclear tests

North Korean leader orders further nuclear tests

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has ordered further nuclear tests, state media said on Friday.

Computer scientist develops software to detect nuclear tests

Sudderth and his team devised an efficient inference algorithm that can scan incoming data to find events that likely represent an actual seismic signal.

 

New discovery may make secret nuclear tests history

Covert nuclear tests may soon become a thing of the past, thanks to pure samples of a telltale gas that could help nuke sniffers.