North Korea intends to continue to launch rockets, says North Korean embassy in Moscow

North Korea intends to continue to launch rockets, says North Korean embassy in Moscow

North Korea said the launch of the satellite Kwangmyongsong-4, named after late leader Kim Jong Il, was a "complete success". 

North Korea launches long-range rocket despite international warnings

North Korea launches long-range rocket despite international warnings

North Korea launched a long-range missile, confirmed a South Korean defense ministry official on Sunday, an action immediately condemned by the United States.

North Korea leaders should face trial for crimes against humanity: UN

The 2014 report prompted the UN General Assembly to urge the Security Council to consider referring North Korea to the International Criminal Court.

South Korea fires warning shots after North Korean object seen

South Korea fired 20 machine gun warning shots after a North Korean drone briefly crossed the border.

North Korea's Kim boosts propaganda in praise of nuke test

North Korea's Kim boosts propaganda in praise of nuke test

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un looked on Monday to milk his country's recent nuclear test as a propaganda victory, praising his scientists and vowing more nuclear bombs a day after the US flew a powerful nuclear-capable warplane close to the North in a show of force.

US flies B-52 bomber over South Korea after North's nuclear test

US flies B-52 bomber over South Korea after North's nuclear test

The United States deployed a B-52 bomber on a low-level flight over its ally South Korea on Sunday, a show of force following North Korea`s nuclear test last week.

Syrian war refugees are affiliated with ISIS: Donald Trump

Syrian war refugees are affiliated with ISIS: Donald Trump

Republican front-runner Donald Trump told a rally on Friday that refugees fleeing war in Syria were affiliated with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria ( ISIS).

Hydrogen bomb test self-defensive step against US: Kim Jong Un

Hydrogen bomb test self-defensive step against US: Kim Jong Un

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said the country conducted a hydrogen bomb test as a self-defensive step against a US threat of nuclear war and had a sovereign right to do so without being criticised, state news agency KCNA reported on Sunday.

Kim Jong Un visits military as Koreas slide into Cold War standoff

North Korea's leader has taken a victory tour of military headquarters to celebrate the country's widely disputed claim of a hydrogen bomb test.

North Korea defiance challenges moral authority of nuclear club

When North Korea claimed triumphantly that it had tested its first hydrogen bomb this week, it was roundly and predictably condemned by the United States, China, Russia, Britain, France and India, countries estimated to possess a combined total of more than 15,000 nuclear warheads.

North Korea holds big rally in support of nuke test

Tens of thousands of North Korean soldiers and civilians today gathered at squares and indoor venues in Pyongyang for state-orchestrated massive celebrations of the country's fourth nuclear test. People were seen dancing in the streets, two days after North Korea announced it has successfully tested its first hydrogen bomb.

Nuclear tests, purges mark four years of Kim's North Korea rule

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Four years into his tenure, North Korea`s young leader Kim Jong Un has proven unpredictable and truculent, not only for the United States and South Korea but for his closest ally, China, defying it by conducting nuclear tests, the latest this week.

North Korea's hydrogen bomb test a birthday gift to Kim Jong-Un?

Hydrogen Bomb test is the birthday gift of North Korea's supreme leader Kim Jong Un which brought the earthquake of 5.1 magnitude.

Kim Jong Un's girl group cancels Beijing concert, leaves for North Korea

Kim Jong Un's girl group cancels Beijing concert, leaves for North Korea

The Moranbong Band was visiting China along with North Korea's State Merited Chorus and had been due to perform at Beijing's National Centre for the Performing Arts on Saturday.

North Korea's Kim Jong Un leader stresses campaign for artillery men

North Korea's Kim Jong Un leader stresses campaign for artillery men

Kim said the most important thing is to conduct an ideological campaign. 

North Korean diplomat: UN chief should improve relations

North Korean diplomat said UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon should help improve relations between the two Koreas.

North Korea rejects US accusation on religious freedom

 North Korea on Friday rejected the US accusation of no tolerance for religious freedom in the country, media reported.

North Korea stages huge military parade marking

North Korea held a huge military parade on Saturday afternoon on Kim Il Sung Square here, marking the 70th founding anniversary of the ruling Workers' Party of Korea (WPK).

'Beijing to enhancing friendly ties with Pyongyang'

China is committed to enhance and develop friendly and cooperative ties with North Korea, a senior official said on Saturday.

North Korea leader Kim Jong Un hails accord with South as landmark

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called this week`s accord between the rival Koreas "a landmark occasion" paving the way for defused military tension and improved ties, but said it was the strength of its armed forces that made the deal possible.