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.
Japan PM Kishida spoke about Fukushima water release with G20 leaders, official says
Japan maintains that the water release is safe.
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 stages tactical nuclear strike drill to protest allied exercises
It says the exercises amount to plans for a preemptive nuclear attack by the US.
South Korean protesters call for govt action on Fukushima water
South Korea has said it sees no scientific problems with the water release but environmental activists argue that all possible impacts have not been studied.
Chinese seafood traders angry, anxious as Japan begins Fukushima wastewater release
Hashtags related to the release have generated hundreds of millions of reads on the popular social media platform Weibo, and thousands of fiercely anti-Japanese comments from users.
Japan releases Fukushima wastewater into the ocean as China protests
China says it will take measures to protect the marine environment and public health, and step up monitoring of radiation levels in its waters following the discharge.
Kishida to visit Fukushima nuclear plant before water release decision
Japan plans to release into the ocean 500 Olympic-size swimming pools worth of water from the plant wrecked by a tsunami on March 11, 2011.
South Korean activists protest against Fukushima water discharge
Earlier reports said the country plans to start releasing the water into the ocean as early as late August, citing unidentified government sources.
Hiroshima marks a-bomb anniversary, calls nuclear deterrence 'folly'
The day to commemorate the victims of the world's first nuclear attack comes as Russia has raised the spectre of using nuclear weapons in its war with Ukraine.
Japanese eateries in China fear ruin as Fukushima water discharge looms
China has sharply criticised the move, which has also faced opposition at home, saying the discharge endangers marine life and human health.
Australia 'confident' on nuclear submarines as defence, foreign ministers meet
Australia has agreed to invest US$3 billion in the US submarine industrial base as part of Aukus.