21 January 2022
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VIDEO: Nuclear-armed North Korea unveiled a new submarine-launched ballistic missile at a military parade in Pyongyang, state media reported Friday, in a show of strength days before Joe Biden's inauguration as US president
North Korea carries a nightly military parade after party congress. North Korea's State media has reported that a submarine-launched ballistic missile, rockets and tanks rolled through Kim Il Sung Square
"The world's most powerful weapon, submarine-launch ballistic missile, entered the square one after another, powerfully demonstrating the might of the revolutionary armed forces," state media. North Korea unveils new ballistic missile at military parade
Images from parade in North Korea
Reuters: Photos released by state media showed the SLBM was labelled Pukguksong-5, potentially marking an upgrade over the Pukguksong-4 that was unveiled at a larger military parade in October
North Korea displayed what appeared to be a new submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) at a parade on Thursday night, state media reported, capping more than a week of political meetings with a show of military might
North Korea rolled out what looks like four Pukguksong-class submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBMs). No ICBM spotted. - Kim Jong Un attended the event wearing a leather jacket and fur hat
North Korea's military held a parade at the Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang, following the 8th Workers' Party Congress
North Korea's State media reported that a submarine-launched ballistic missile, rockets and tanks rolled through Kim Il Sung Square
North Korea carries a nightly military parade after party congress
Military parade likely started in North Korea. Military aircraft seen flying in formation above Kim Il Sung square in Pyongyang Thursday night, an informed source told @nknewsorg
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North Korea to convene Supreme People's Assembly meeting on Sunday (state media)
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South Korea's First Vice Foreign Minister Choi Jong-kun left for Iran on Sunday to negotiate an early release of the South Korean oil tanker and its crew seized by Iranian authorities last week
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has threatened to expand his nuclear arsenal in response to what he calls U.S. hostility
North Korea stresses tasks to acquire nuclear submarine and "nuclear strategic weapons" launched from sea that will contribute to increasing "long-range nuclear strike capability"
North Korea vows to work on developing solid-fuel ICBM that can be launched from sea & land "as planned
North Korea says it will operate military reconnaissance satellite in the close future, develop unmanned surveillance vehicles to reconnoiter up to 500km
North Korea vows to increase nuclear "preemptive" and "retaliatory" strikes capabilities. It also stresses improving "accuracy rate" to strike and annihilate "strategic targets within 15,000 km" shooting range
North Korea vows to heighten its nuclear weapons technology, making them smaller, lighter, and tactical. Kim Jong Un also vows to continue producing "super-large" nuclear warheads
Kim Jong Un slams Seoul for suggesting "not fundamental" issues like tourism, public health cooperation, humanitarian cooperation, urges it to stop joint drills with U.S. & explain itself touring arms modernization and acquisition
Kim says won't use nuclear power unless hostile forces try to use nuclear power against N.Korea - KCNA
N.Korea's Kim says should continue to develop nuclear warhead - KCNA
Kim Jong Un says the "key to establishing DPRK-U.S. relations is in U.S. lifting its hostile policy" towards Pyongyang, vows not to misuse nuclear weapon "unless hostile forces try to use nuclear [weapons] targeting us
North Korea leader calls U.S. 'biggest enemy'
North Korean leader has confirmed at day 2 of the 8th Congress of the Workers' Party of Korea, that he will strengthen his national defence
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