US & Canada
What happens when two teenage leaders get access to nuclear weapons?
by Marwan Bishara
Nuclear weapons30 Nov 2016 20:02 GMT
New sanctions resolution passed by a 15-0 vote after three months of tough negotiations between the US and China.
Asia27 Nov 2016 10:13 GMT
If Trump moves away from US' cautious policy towards North Korea, it might trigger a conflict on the Korean peninsula.
Politics21 Oct 2016 08:10 GMT
Relations between China and South Korea have been quickly descending over the past year.
J Berkshire Miller
South Korea01 Oct 2016 15:59 GMT
President's direct message to troops and citizens invites them to relocate to "bosom of freedom" amid rising tensions.
North Korea20 Sep 2016 09:32 GMT
North Korea has conducted a 'successful' ground test of a new rocket engine to launch satellites, state media said.
North Korea14 Sep 2016 11:37 GMT
Analysts say despite sanctions, increased uranium production means the country can make six nuclear weapons a year.
Politics13 Sep 2016 08:22 GMT
Demonstration of solidarity between the allies comes in response to North Korea's most powerful nuclear test to date.
Inside Story13 Sep 2016 05:26 GMT
North Korea says threat of more sanctions is "laughable" after it holds its fifth and biggest nuclear test.
North Korea12 Sep 2016 11:17 GMT
Heavy downpours cause severe flooding in North Korea, leaving 133 dead and hundreds more missing.
North Korea12 Sep 2016 04:54 GMT
South Korea says North is set to conduct an additional nuclear test, days after it drew ire by testing powerful device.
North Korea11 Sep 2016 10:53 GMT
Washington says it may launch unilateral sanctions against Pyongyang following North Korea's latest nuclear test.
North Korea09 Sep 2016 15:13 GMT
Pyongyang says it carried out "nuclear warhead explosion", in latest test roundly condemned by its opponents.
North Korea09 Sep 2016 06:48 GMT
South Korean president says North Korea shows "maniacal recklessness" as world powers unite in condemnation.
North Korea05 Sep 2016 15:21 GMT
South Korea says medium-range Rodong-class missiles flew about 1,000km before landing in the waters of the Sea of Japan.
North Korea31 Aug 2016 14:14 GMT
South Korean officials say Pyongyang executed the vice premier of education by firing squad last month.
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