The US said on Thursday that its policy was to exert maximum pressure on North Korea through sanctions and diplomatic activity, echoing comments made by the Trump administration the previous…
Vladimir Putin and Shinzo Abe have called on North Korea and other countries to avoid antagonising tensions around Pyongyang’s nuclear programme.
The US says it is willing to resolve the North Korean crisis by diplomatic means, whilst forging ahead in the preparation of its new missile defence system.
Trump's administration had previously said military strikes were an option, but now appear willing to exhaust non-military avenues.
Images of some of the world’s “bad boy” leaders in terms of press freedom were paraded as examples not to follow, as the organisation Reporters Without Borders (RSF) unveiled its latest World Press Fr
The US military has started moving parts of the controversial THAAD anti-missile defence system to a deployment site in South Korea.
South Korea's Yonhap News Agency says the North appears to have deployed a large number of long-range artillery units in the region of Wonsan on its east coast.
In a call with the US President, the Chinese Premier said that his country was resolutely opposed to any action that ran counter to UN security council resolutions.
Video appearing to show Russian army movements towards its North Korean border have been dismissed by the military and the Kremlin.
China’s foreign ministry has expressed ‘serious concern’ over its ally North Korea’s warning of further missile tests and the eventual possibility of nuclear…
The US military is reportedly considering plans to potentially shoot down future North Korean missile tests amid North Korean threats of nuclear war.
A naval strike group ordered by Donald Trump into waters off Korea remains far away as delayed deployment raises eyebrows about effectiveness of US strategy.
The US vice president is in Japan for talks. Mike Pence is also hoping to reassure Tokyo, a key ally, amid rising tensions over North Korea.
North Korea has accused the US of ‘creating a situation where nuclear war could break out at any time’.
Mike Pence has visited the demilitarised border between North and South Korea on the first stop of a four-nation Asia tour.
The launch came a day after Pyongyang held a grand military parade, displaying what appeared to be new long-range ballistic missiles.
South Korea reacted to the North’s failed missile launch on Sunday by threatening punitive action if such action is repeated, or leads to further provocation such as a nuclear test or a long-range mis
North Korea tried and failed to launch a test missile on Sunday, hours after showing off its latest military hardware at a Pyongyang parade.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un presided over a military show of strength in Pyongyang on Saturday.
China says tension over Pyongyang has to be stopped from reaching an "irreversible and unmanageable stage".
As a group of US navy ships led by an aircraft carrier head to the Korean peninsula, Pyongyang has accused Washington of pushing the region to the brink of war.
China's 2017 export outlook has brightened on forecast-beating trade growth in March and as President Trump abruptly shifts policy.
Malaysia's central bank says it is helping law enforcement agencies investigate the possible illegal flow of millions to North Korea.
The North Korean US-based monitoring service 38 North has said the country’s nuclear site is ‘‘primed and ready’‘ for a sixth nuclear test.
North Korea’s parliament convened in Pyongyang on Tuesday, with the country’s leader Kim Jong Un in attendance.
On Sunday, April 9, over 1,000 foreign runners were on hand for a rare glimpse of one of the world’s most secretive countries.