North Korea halts nuclear reactor, likely to extract bomb fuel
North Korea has previously halted the operation of the reactor before restarting it and public confirmation of the purpose of such a move, whether it is for maintenance or for fuel extraction, is usually unavailable.
US soldier Travis King arrives in Texas after release from North Korea
The US government has said King would first undergo evaluation then a reintegration process so he can be reunited with his family.
North Korea amends constitution on nuclear policy, cites US 'provocations'
The amendment comes a year after North Korea officially enshrined in law the right to use preemptive nuclear strikes to protect itself.
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.
South Korea holds rare military parade, warns North over nuclear threat
The event comes as the president has taken a hawkish stance on North Korea, making displays of weapons and military drills a cornerstone of his strategy to counter the North's evolving nuclear and missile programmes.
Asia Olympic body backs North Korea flag at Hangzhou despite anti-doping agency ban
The Hangzhou Asian Games is the first international multi-sport event North Korea is attending since the 2018 edition in Jakarta.
North Korea says cooperation with Russia 'natural' for neighbours
It denounces South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol for criticising its cooperation with Moscow.
North Korea's powerful politburo discusses follow-up steps to Kim's Russia visit
Seoul and Washington have expressed concern that Russia could be trying to acquire ammunition from North Korea to supplement its thinning stockpiles amid its war in Ukraine.
North Korean leader Kim returns to Pyongyang after Russia trip
The trip and summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin received global attention since the leader seldom leaves his country and drew concerns over possible arms trade and technology transfer with Russia.
North Korea's Kim heads home after week-long visit to Russia
Russia has gone out of its way to publicise Kim's visit, dropping repeated hints about the prospect of military cooperation with North Korea, a country formed in 1948 with the backing of the Soviet Union.
North Korea's Kim discusses stronger ties with Russia in 'new heyday'
Russia has gone out of its way to publicise the visit and to drop repeated hints about the prospect of military cooperation with North Korea.
North Korea's Kim praises Russian warplanes for outpacing potential threats
The Kremlin says Russia and North Korea have not signed any agreements on military matters or on any other areas during Kim's visit.
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