North Korea tells UN: No choice but to accelerate building its self-defence
North Korea has tested dozens of ballistic missile in the past 18 months.
North Korea fires two ballistic missiles with leader Kim away in Russia
It was the first such launch to occur while Kim was abroad for a rare trip, analysts say.
North Korea stages 'tactical nuclear attack' drill
The two cruise missiles carrying mock nuclear warheads were fired towards the West Sea of the peninsula and flew 1,500km at a preset altitude of 150m.
North Korea's Kim inspects cruise missile test as South Korea-US military drills begin
North Korea has been constantly testing what it calls 'strategic cruise missiles' since late 2021.
North Korea's Kim shows off banned missiles to Russian minister
The missiles were banned under UN Security Council resolutions adopted with Russian and Chinese support.
North Korea fires two missiles after US submarine arrives in South
North Korea has reacted angrily, saying such a deployment could meet the criteria for its use of nuclear weapons.
US remains concerned North Korea will conduct another missile test
North Korea's ballistic missile and nuclear weapons programmes are banned by United Nations Security Council resolutions that have sanctioned the country.
In rare UN appearance, North Korea defends missile launch
North Korea - formally known as the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) - has been under UN sanctions for its missile and nuclear programs since 2006.
North Korea fires long-range missile ahead of South Korea, Japan meeting
The launch came after complaints from North Korea, accusing US spy planes of violating airspace in its economic zones and condemning a visit to South Korea by a US nuclear-powered cruise missile submarine.
South Korea recovers part of rocket used in North's failed satellite launch
South Korea found debris off its west coast soon after the launch, and began a salvage operation in the hopes of studying the new rocket.
North Korea fires 2 short-range missiles after warning of response to allied drills
The latest action by North Korea came as US President Joe Biden's national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, was in Tokyo for meetings with his Japanese and South Korean counterparts.
Japan, South Korea to link radar systems to track North Korea missiles, source says
With North Korea launching ballistic missiles at an unprecedented pace in the past year, Japan, South Korea and the US in November agreed to speed up information-sharing.
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