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Failure: North Korea's Spy Satellite Crashed into the Sea
A military spy satellite launched by North Korea earlier in the day crashed into the Yellow Sea owing to an engine problem and it plans to carry out its second launch "as soon as possible," reported Yonhap News Agency.
He gave green light for his "future action plan", state media in Pyongyang reported.
During his visit to North Korea's aviation agency, he emphasized that reconnaissance from space is key to confronting the US and South Korea, reports AP.
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North Korea to increase production of 'Nuclear Weapons Material’
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has called on his country to expand production of "nuclear materials for weapons" and create more powerful weapons, AFP reported.
Kim's latest threat came ahead of the planned arrival of a US Navy strike group in South Korea.
North Korea is Rehearsing Nuclear Strikes against the US and South Korea
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has urged his country to be ready to launch nuclear strikes at any moment, accusing the US and South Korea of expanding joint military exercises involving US nuclear-capable weapons, BTA and Reuters reported, citing local media: state agency KCNA.
North Korea's Kim leads 'nuclear counterattack' simulation drill
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un led two days of military drills "simulating a nuclear counterattack", including the launch of a ballistic missile, state media reported Monday.
North Korea fired two "Strategic Cruise Missiles" from a Submarine
In an apparent protest over a regular South Korea-US combined military exercise to begin this week, North Korea fired two "strategic cruise missiles" from a submarine in waters off its east coast over the weekend, state media said on Monday, reported Yonhap News Agency.
An unknown disease spreads, paralyzing the capital: Emergency measures introduced
The North Korean government's notice did not mention COVID-19 but said Pyongyang residents had to stay indoors for the rest of the week and undergo temperature checks several times a day, South Korea's NK News reported, citing Reuters.
N Korea confirms nuke missiles tests to ‘wipe out’ enemies
North Korea's recent barrage of missile launches were tests of its tactical nuclear weapons to "hit and wipe out" potential South Korean and U.S. targets, state media reported Monday, as its leader Kim Jong Un signaled he would conduct more provocative tests.
North Korea law makes nuclear programme ’irreversible’
North Korea has passed a law declaring its readiness to launch preventive nuclear strikes, including in the face of conventional attacks, state media said on Sept. 9.
The move effectively eliminates the possibility of denuclearisation talks, with leader Kim Jong Un saying the country's status as a nuclear state was now "irreversible".
N Korea sees suspected COVID-19 cases after victory claim
North Korea on Thursday said it found four new fever cases in its border region with China that may have been caused by coronavirus infections, two weeks after leader Kim Jong Un declared a widely disputed victory over COVID-19.