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North Korea's Kim calls for stronger military capabilities
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un called for increased military power and greater nuclear war deterrence, state news agency KCNA reported on Wednesday, as a rare ruling party congress came to a close after eight days of policy discussions.
North Korea calls US 'biggest enemy' regardless of who is in power
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un called for more advanced nuclear weapons and said the United States is "our biggest enemy," state media said on Saturday, presenting a stark challenge to US President-elect Joe Biden just days before he takes office.
North Korea building two submarines, one capable of firing ballistic missiles: South MP
North Korea is building two new submarines, including one capable of firing ballistic missiles, a South ‎Korean lawmaker said on Tuesday, following a closed-door briefing by the South’s National Intelligence ‎Service. ‎
North Korea expresses ‘regret’ over ‘unfortunate’ killing of South Korean: Seoul
Seoul said North Korea expressed regret over the “unfortunate” and “unexpected” killing of a South Korean official for fear of carrying the coronavirus in the North’s territory this week.
Rouhani calls for expansion of relations with Tajikistan, North Korea
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in separate messages to Tajikistan’s president and North Korea’s leader called for promotion of bilateral relations.
UN report says North Korea has 'probably' developed nuclear devices to fit ballistic missiles
North Korea is pressing on with its nuclear weapons program and several countries believe it has "probably developed miniaturized nuclear devices to fit into the warheads of its ballistic missiles," according to a confidential UN report.
North Korea leader says there will be no war thanks to nukes
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has said there will be no more war as the country's nuclear weapons guarantee its safety and future despite outside pressure and military threats, state media said on Tuesday.
North Korea declares emergency over first suspected virus infection
North Korean authorities have imposed a lockdown on the border city of Kaesong after discovering what they say is the country's first suspected coronavirus case, state media reported Sunday.
North Korea says no need to sit down with US for talks
North Korea does not feel the need to have talks with the United States, which would be nothing more than "a political tool" for Washington, a senior North Korean diplomat said on Saturday, ahead of a US envoy's visit to South Korea.
South Korea's minister steps down over rising tensions with North Korea
South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Friday accepted the resignation of the minister responsible for relations with North Korea, as tensions with Pyongyang rise over the activities of defectors in the South and stalled diplomacy.
North Korea denounces US two years after Singapore summit
North Korea criticized Donald Trump in a stinging criticism of the US on Friday, the second anniversary of a landmark summit in Singapore where the US president shook hands with leader Kim Jong-un.
South Korea acts to stop defectors sending aid, messages to North Korea
A day after North Korea suspended communication hotlines with South Korea over defectors who send propaganda and contraband into the North, South Korea said it would take legal action against two organizations that conduct such operations.
North Korea expresses support for China's measures in Hong Kong
North Korea’s foreign minister met with the Chinese ambassador to express support for China’s measures in Hong Kong.
North Korea lashes out at South military drills, sends greetings to China
North Korea lashed out at South Korea over recent military drills, while leader Kim Jong-un sent a personal message to China’s Xi Jinping to congratulate him on that country’s success in controlling the coronavirus, state media reported on Friday.
North Korea's Kim reappears after weeks of speculation
North Korea's Kim Jong-un has made his first public appearance in nearly three weeks, state media reported Saturday, following intense speculation that the leader was seriously ill or possibly dead.

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