North Korea issues its latest nuclear threat

North Korea issued its latest nuclear threat today, two days after South Korea`s defence minister said Pyongyang was making final preparations to conduct its fourth nuclear test.

Obama, Xi Jingping seek to build new ties

US President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping are retreating to desert estate for two days of talks on high-stakes issues, including cybersecurity and North Korea`s nuclear threats.

Japan vows response to `any scenario` after nuclear threat

Japan on Friday vowed it would respond to "any scenario" after a threat by North Korea that Tokyo would be "consumed in nuclear flames".

North Korea`s repeated provocation ‘regrettable’: Japan

Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said Thursday that repeated provocative actions made by the Democratic People`s Republic of Korea (DPRK) were " extremely regrettable."

North Korea has option to enter into negotiations: John Kerry

Categorically ruling out the possibility of accepting North Korea as a nuclear power, the United States said that Pyongyang has the peaceful option to enter into negotiations for the denuclearisation.

Japan advisor says nuclear threat receding: Report

The govt couldn`t say situation had been completely stabilised at the plant.

Japan races to contain nuclear threat after quake

With a massive quake and 10m high tsunami, Asia`s richest country hasn`t seen such hardship since WW-II.

North Korea nuclear threat `alarming`: South

N Korea has said it would bolster nuclear deterrent in response to US threat.

US aircraft carrier leads drills with South Korea

The US and South Korea have launched a major naval exercise in Sea of Japan.

Iran`s Khamenei slams Obama over `nuclear threat`

Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei slammed US Prez Barack Obama for
threatening a "nuclear attack" on Iran as Tehran said it will mass produce speedier centrifuges for its controversial
uranium enrichment programme.

Iran to complain to UN over Obama nuclear `threat`

Iran will lodge a complaint with the United Nations about what it sees as US President Barack Obama`s threat to attack it with nuclear weapons, the Foreign Ministry said on Sunday.