Israeli PM Lapid backs two-state solution with Palestinians
He also says that Israel will do 'whatever it takes' to stop Iran from developing a nuclear bomb.
Iran president repeats call for nuclear deal guarantees ahead of UN visit
There has been no sign that Tehran and Washington will manage to overcome their impasse but Iran is expected to use the UN General Assembly to keep the diplomatic ball rolling.
China, Aukus countries clash at UN nuclear watchdog over submarine plan
But this week's clash has done little to change the way the IAEA approaches the submarine plan, which is still being developed.
New North Korea law outlines nuclear weapons use, including preemptive strikes
The move comes as observers say North Korea appears to be preparing to resume nuclear testing for the first time since 2017.
Document seized from Trump home described foreign govt's nuclear capabilities, report says
The FBI recovered more than 11,000 government documents and photographs during its Aug 8 search at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate, according to court records.
South Korea official says no soft response in case of North nuclear test
The isolated, nuclear-armed North has conducted missile tests at an unprecedented pace this year.
Iran steps up underground uranium enrichment, IAEA report says
For more than a year Iran has been using IR-6 centrifuges to enrich uranium to up to 60% purity, close to weapons-grade, at an above-ground plant at Natanz.
Japan signals return to nuclear power to stabilise energy supply
Japan has kept most of its nuclear plants idled in the decade since a massive earthquake and tsunami in 2011 triggered a nuclear meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant.
North Korea rejects South's 'audacious' economic aid plan
'No one barters its destiny for corn cake,' says Kim Yo Jong, the powerful sister of leader Kim Jong Un.
South Korea president says any talks with North should be more than show
Yoon Suk-yeol also repeats his willingness to provide phased economic aid to North Korea if it ends nuclear weapons development and begins denuclearisation.
North Korea slams UN chief's support for its denuclearisation
It says that 'complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearisation' is 'an infringement upon its sovereignty'.
North Korea says will 'never tolerate' US accusation of nuclear programme
North Korea has conducted missile tests at an unprecedented pace this year and international experts believe it is readying its seventh nuclear test, the first since 2017.