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North Korea ready to conduct another nuclear test: Report

North Korea has completed preparations for another nuclear test in a previously unused tunnel at its Punggye-ri site, South Korea`s Yonhap news agency reported Monday.

North Korea says sanctions push after nuclear test ''laughable''

North Korea says sanctions push after nuclear test ''laughable''

A US special envoy met with Japanese officials on Sunday and said later the United States may launch unilateral sanctions against North Korea.

North Korea's 'biggest' nuclear test sparks global condemnation; US urges China to put pressure on Pyongyang

North Korea's 'biggest' nuclear test sparks global condemnation; US urges China to put pressure on Pyongyang

South Korea, the United States, Japan, Russia and China all condemned the blast at the Punggye-ri nuclear site, the North Korea`s fifth and most powerful yet at 10 kilotons. 

Global condemnation of North Korea nuclear warhead test

Global condemnation of North Korea nuclear warhead test

South Korea, the United States, Japan, Russia and China all condemned the blast at the Punggye-ri nuclear site, which was the North's fifth and most powerful yet at 10 kilotons. 

Obama warns of new sanctions after North Korea nuclear test

Obama warns of new sanctions after North Korea nuclear test

Obama consulted by telephone with South Korean President Geun-Hye and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe following news of North Korea's fifth and most powerful test.

North Korea readies for party congress, nuclear test fears persist

North Korea readies for party congress, nuclear test fears persist

The 33-year-old Kim Jong-Un was not even born when the last congress was held in 1980 to crown his father, Kim Jong-Il.

South Korea's Park confirms signs North preparing nuclear test

South Korean President Park Geun-Hye Monday confirmed a flurry of intelligence reports suggesting that North Korea is readying to conduct a fifth nuclear test in defiance of tightened UN sanctions.

North Korea's Kim warns of impending nuclear and rocket tests

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has warned of impending tests of a nuclear warhead explosion and ballistic missiles capable of carrying atomic warheads, state media reported on Tuesday, in an escalation of threats against Seoul and Washington.

South Korea issues new sanctions against North

South Korea issues new sanctions against North

The new measures imposed over the North`s recent nuclear test and long-range rocket launch also blacklist scores of North Korean individuals and entities.

South Korea's Park says North must 'pay price' for nuclear test

North Korea must pay the price for its latest nuclear test and rocket launch, South Korean President Park Geun-Hye said today, vowing to pressure Pyongyang into accepting denuclearisation as its only viable option for survival.

North Korea invents liquor that leaves you with no hangover!

North Korea invents liquor that leaves you with no hangover!

The liquor ensures you are clear-headed in the morning to kick-start your day.

North Korea says peace treaty, halt to exercises, would end nuclear tests

North Korea says peace treaty, halt to exercises, would end nuclear tests

North Korea on Saturday called for the conclusion of a peace treaty with the United States and a halt to U.S. military exercises with South Korea to end its nuclear tests.

N Korea says test no threat, then threatens to wipe out US

N Korea says test no threat, then threatens to wipe out US

North Korea said on Tuesday its nuclear test was not intended to be a provocation or threat, as it laid out plans for a weapons system capable of obliterating the entire United States.

UN chief demands North Korea cease any further nuclear activities

UN chief demands North Korea cease any further nuclear activities

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Wednesday issued a strong condemnation of North Korea's nuclear test and called on Pyongyang to halt its nuclear program.

Is North Korea lying about testing hydrogen bomb?

Is North Korea lying about testing hydrogen bomb?

Nuclear experts cast doubt on Wednesday on North Korea's claimed first successful test of a miniaturised hydrogen bomb, saying the detected seismic activity suggested a less powerful device.

No sign of imminent North Korea nuclear test: US think-tank

Recent satellite imagery shows no sign of North Korea preparing an imminent nuclear test, despite a rise in military tensions on the Korean peninsula, a US think-tank said Wednesday.

 

North Korea starts firing drills near disputed inter-Korean sea border: Military

North Korea has started firing drills near a disputed sea border with North Korea, South Korea`s military said on Tuesday, after it notified the South earlier of two areas near populated islands where it would conduct the exercise.

North Korea tells world `wait and see` on new nuclear test

North Korea said on Friday that the world would have to "wait and see" when asked for details of "a new form" of nuclear test it threatened to carry out after the United Nations Security Council condemned Pyongyang`s recent ballistic missile launch.

North Korea completes work on nuclear test site: Pictures

North Korea has built two tunnel entrances at its nuclear test site in a sign it plans more of its internationally condemned detonations, a US think tank has said.

US Prez Obama, Japan`s PM Shinzo Abe discuss North Korea

US President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged to work together to garner the international community against the nuclear tests carried out by North Korea early this week.