It is speculated that amid the Covid-19 outbreak and economic crisis, North Korea could conduct an ICBM or nuclear test to bolster its military presence and tighten national unity.
North Korea said Monday leader Kim Jong Un has vowed to develop more powerful means of attack, days after the country's first intercontinental ballistic missile launch in more than four years.
The launch, which extended North Korea’s barrage of weapons tests this year, came after the U.S. and South Korean militaries said the country was preparing a flight of a new large ICBM.
North Korea on Saturday slammed Donald Trump's "warmonger" Asia tour and warned it would only strengthen Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions.
By the close of business Friday, Trump is expected to declare that a landmark agreement curbing Iran's nuclear program is no longer in the US interest.
The North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho also accused US President Donald Trump of "setting a fuse of war."
China said Tuesday that the North Korean nuclear crisis had reached a "turning point" and it was time to enter peace talks.
Macron also spoke by phone with US President Donald Trump with the aim of "getting North Korea to conform to its international obligations," his Elysee office said.
Guam residents say that if given the choice they would rather face the wrath of "crazy" Kim Jong Un than the power of a typhoon, as they count down towards a threatened North Korean missile attack.
China urged the United States and North Korea today to be "cautious" with their words and actions after the two sides stepped up their bellicose rhetoric over Pyongyang's weapons programme.
US President Donald Trump doubled down on his warnings to North Korea Thursday, saying his threat to rain "fire and fury" on it maybe "wasn't tough enough."
The United States on Wednesday warned North Korea that the pursuit of its nuclear drive could lead to the collapse of Kim Jong-Un's regime.
Here are some key quotes from the mercurial Trump's escalating war of words with North Korea over the country's soaring nuclear ambitions.
North Korea has produced a nuclear warhead small enough to fit inside its missiles, the Washington Post reported today, a major development sure to further inflame tensions.
North Korea test fired what appeared to be another intercontinental ballistic missile, hours after the US and Japan moved to step up sanctions against Pyongyang.
The Pentagon said that America's commitment to the defence of its allies in the region -- South Korea and Japan -- in the face of threats is "ironclad".