The attempt to put a spy satellite into orbit coincided with US-South Korea military drills
South Korea hilariously employs AI technology to determine the weight of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, revealing potential diplomatic implications in the process.
Washington, Seoul, and Tokyo will meet to consider ways to respond to alleged “provocations” by the DPRK
Kim's latest threat, a doubling-down on an earlier promise to "exponentially" ramp up nuke production, came as a US Navy carrier strike group arrived in South Korea on Tuesday.
North Korea said that it has tested a nuclear-capable underwater attack drone which is designed to launch a "radioactive tsunami."
Pyongyang slams Washington’s UN envoy as “a pawn of the Evil Empire” after she urged the DPRK to give up its nuclear arsenal
Kim expressed satisfaction over the weekend drills, which were held to "let relevant units get familiar with the procedures and processes for implementing their tactical nuclear attack missions", said the report by the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA).
The third launch in five days took place as joint military drills between South Korea and the US went on.
The South Korean military said yesterday it had detected the launch of one ballistic missile and was analysing the possibility of multiple launches from the same location.
North Korean foreign ministry has blamed the United States for causing an international arms control collapse.
DPRK accused the United States of contributing to the escalation of the Ukrainian war by giving Kyiv additional weapons in an effort to obliterate Russia.
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