North Korean official: Leader Jong-un may change his view on relations with the United States if Trump continues to make "strange statements"
Senior North Korea official Kim Yong-chol, responding to US President Trump's warning, says "we are a people who no longer have anything to lose."
: ..with the U.S. Presidential Election in November. North Korea, under the leadership of Kim Jong Un, has tremendous economic potential, but it must denuclearize as promised. NATO, China, Russia, Japan, and the entire world is unified on this issue
North Korean reservists take part in prep for winter military drills
North Korea's U.N. envoy says denuclearization off negotiating table with United States
North Korea continues to work on its Experimental Light Water Reactor at Yongbyon. While behind schedule by their own expectations, satellite imagery shows signs of possible cooling system testing.
A new satellite image captured by @planetlabs indicates North Korea may be preparing to resume engine tests at Sohae, per @ArmsControlWonk. Trump touted Kim's pledge to dismantle the site after their Singapore summit but image shows new activity
DPRK vice foreign minister warns US of a "very dangerous challenge" reminiscent of two years ago if @POTUS repeats his remarks about Kim Jong Un
DPRK warns UN Security Council it'll "respond strongly" if the body meets on North Korean human rights and would consider any such discussion a "serious provocation," reports @Reuters
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North Korea: "The use of armed forces against the DPRK will be a horrible thing for the United States."
Even an accidental event could cause an "all-out armed conflict" at any moment between the US and DPRK, reports KCNA
Kim Jong Un "Displeased" by Trump's comments- KCNA
DPRK displeased with @POTUS comment; use of armed forces against it would be a horrible thing for the US, according to a KCNA dispatch
US President Trump, when asked about North Korea, says: I call him (presumably Kim Jong Un) Rocket Man because he likes sending rockets up
US President Trump says on North Korea: if we have to use US military might we'll use it, I hope Kim (Jong Un) lives up to the denuclearisation agreement but we'll see
Japan's PM Shinzo Abe would be willing to meet face-to-face with South Korean President Moon Jae In, their first since relations frayed after demands that Japanese companies compensate South Korean forced labour victims
North Korea reasserts the Trump administration is running out of time to salvage nuclear negotiations and says it's entirely up to the United States to choose what "Christmas gift" it gets from the North
U.S. NSA chief in Seoul for talks with South Korean officials
North Korea warns end-of-year deadline is drawing near for U.S. to present new negotiating proposal
North Korea has installed concrete slabs to support ICBM launchers: Report
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USAF U-2S 80-1069 SHADE01 on task over the Korean Peninsula at 50,000 feet
North Korea calls Abe 'most stupid man' for mistaking projectiles from super-large launcher for ballistic missiles
Manhattan U.S. Attorney announces arrest of US citizen Virgil Griffith for assisting North Korea in evading sanctions, going to the DPRK crypto conference and giving a talk on, literally, how to evade sanctions
Top nuclear envoys of South Korea, U.S., Japan hold phone talks on North Korea firing
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North Korea: Kim Jong Un inspects the test shot of the very large multiple rocket launcher system.
South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff: "North Korea launched two unidentified projectiles today about 16:59 (local time) from the Yonpo, South Hamgyong Province region. Our military, in case of additional launches, is monitoring related movements and maintaining readiness posture."
GUAM: Federal and military agencies are monitoring the launch of 2 unidentified, short-range projectiles from North Korea, into the Sea of Japan(East Sea). There is no threat to Guam or the Marianas. (Source: Guam government)
North Korea fires two projectiles into the sea off east coast
North Korea has fired an unidentified projectile says South Korean military. No further details yet
U.S. flies three spy planes over South Korea after North Korea coastal gun firing