The United States is reportedly planning to fly one of its bombers over South Korea tomorrow in a show of force against the North following Friday’s fifth nuclear…
The United Nations has strongly condemned North Korea’s fifth and most powerful nuclear test to date, agreeing immediately to draw up significant new sanctions.
US President Barack Obama openly condemned North Korea’s latest nuclear test.
North Korea’s fifth and reportedly largest nuclear test has sparked outrage in leaders the world over.
Ttate television said the test elevated the country's nuclear arsenal and was part of its response to international sanctions following its earlier nuclear test and long-range rocket launch in January
International reaction to news of North Korea's suspected fifth nuclear test, the largest to date, has been swift and condemnatory.
North Korea is suspected of conducting its fifth nuclear bomb test after a huge seismic shock was detected near the country’s Punggye-Ri atomic site.
1.5 million people in Kazakhstan bear scars and deformities from years of nuclear testing but now something is being done about it
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The Japanese city of Nagasaki marked the 71st anniversary of its atomic bombing on Tuesday, as the local mayor called on the world to abolish nuclear weapons.
British MPs voted on Monday to renew the country’s nuclear weapons system, by a majority of 472 votes to 117.
David Cameron has said he will hold a parliamentary vote later this month over whether to renew Britain’s nuclear deterrent.
The US has imposed sanctions on North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for the first time, accusing him of human rights abuses.
The nine “nuclear states” are reducing the number of warheads but there is a new race to modernize the nuclear arsenal.
North Korea is said to have attempted to carry out another ballistic missile test which failed.
Thousands gather to witness the first visit by an incumbent US president to the site of the world's first atomic bombing at Hiroshima.
The US nuclear weapons systems are still run on technology from the 1970s, the Government Accountability Office has revealed.
Seoul dismisses the suggestion of military talks from Pyongang as "meaningless" amid speculation about a fifth nuclear test.
North Korea’s leader has reportedly said the country will not use nuclear weapons unless its sovereignty is infringed by others. According to state
North Korea on Friday opened the first full congress of its ruling party since 1980 with leader Kim Jong Un speaking behind closed doors to thousands
North Korea looks to have fired a submarine-launched ballistic missile on Saturday off its east coast. The reports come from South Korea’s military
John Kerry paid his respects to the victims of the 1945 American nuclear attack on the Japanese city of Hiroshima on Monday. By doing so he became
The Japanese prime minister has strongly condemned North Korea’s reported testing of an engine for an intercontinental ballistic missile. Shinzo Abe
At a nuclear security summit in the US, North Korea's nuclear ambitions were high on the agenda.
At least one ballistic missile was reportedly fired by North Korea on Friday in a further sign of defiance by its leader Kim Jong Un in the face of
North Korea will test a nuclear warheads and test-launch ballistic missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads soon, according to the country’s
The United States says it takes North Korea’s threats to use nuclear weapons seriously. Washington has urged Pyongyang to halt provocations