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South Korea planning to blare K-pops at North Korea following recent launch of trash balloons

No missiles were shot but North Korea targeted South Korea for the past several weeks by sending trash-filled balloons, creating fresh tension between the neighbours.

North Korea sends more trash balloons to South Korea

North Korea has sent 720 more balloons containing trash to South Korea and continued to jam the GPS signals for five straight days, media reports said on Sunday.

UN official asks North Korea to halt missile activities and return to path of dialogue

The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s (DPRK) repeated launches using ballistic missile technology not only violate Security Council resolutions but also pose a serious risk to aviation and maritime traffic, a senior UN official said on Friday.

North Korea sends balloons containing 'trash' to South Korea

No, it was not a missile, but North Korea dropped at least 260 balloons filled up with trash in South Korea, forcing authorities to direct their citizens to remain indoors.

North Korea's dictator Kim Jong Un picks up 25 'pretty girls' every year for his 'pleasure squad': Report

In a shocking revelation, Yeonmi Park, a young defector from North Korea, has disclosed that the country's leader Kim Jong Un selects 25 young virgin women for his "pleasure squad".

United Nations chief Guterres urges disarmament now as nuclear risk reaches ‘highest point in decades’

Almost 80 years after the incineration of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, nuclear weapons still represent a clear and present danger to global peace and security, UN Secretary-General António Guterres told the Security Council on Monday.

North Korea launches three ballistic missiles, claims South Korea amid visit of Antony Blinken to Seoul

In a major claim, the South Korean military said that its North Korean counterparts fired multiple short-range ballistic missiles toward the East Sea on Monday.

Enraged over unpaid wages, North Korean workers beat up Chinese factory manager to death

About North Korean workers who recently occupied a factory last month to protest over unpaid wages took a monitoring officer hostage, media reports said.

Russian leader Vladimir Putin 'gifts' car to Kim Jong Un

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has received a Russian-made car from President Vladimir Putin, an episode showcasing the close ties shared between the two nations, media reports said.

North Korea fires several cruise missiles off its East Coast

North Korea fired several cruise missiles off its east coast towards the Sea of Japan early on Wednesday, South Korean news agency Yonhap reported, citing the South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS).

North Korea launches several cruise missiles off the west coast

South Korea on Friday claimed warring neighbour North Korea fired several cruise missiles off the west coast, media reports said.

South Korea says North Korea fired cruise missiles off east coast

South Korea on Sunday claimed North Korea fired several cruise missiles from its east coast, media reports said.

North Korea test-fires new strategic cruise missile, claims South Korea

North Korea on Thursday (January 25, 2024) test-fired a new strategic cruise missile named 'Pulhwasal-3-31'.

North Korea says Russian President Vladimir Putin is willing to visit Pyongyang soon

Russian President Vladimir Putin is willing to visit Pyongyang soon, North Korea's state media KCNA said on Sunday (January 21, 2024).

North Korean leader Kim Jong labels South Korea 'principal enemy'

Pyongyang: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called neighbouring South Korea the "principal enemy" and defined south as a "most hostile" state to Pyongyang, the state-run news agency KCNA reported on Wednesday.