Unnamed U.S. officials on Thursday said North Korea may be preparing for an intercontinental ballistic missile test launch after South Korean media reported movement of what could be components of an.. VOA News
North Korean defectors have successfully shipped in "several thousand" USB sticks containing banned content like South Korean soaps, Hollywood films, and global news.
The goal is to spread.. Business Insider
The United States is seeing activity in North Korea that indicates a possible future ballistic missile test, although the timing of the test and range of the missile remain unclear, U.S. officials told.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
North Korean detective Im Chul-Ryung (Hyun-Bin) is sent to South Korea to catch Cha Ki-Sung (Kim Joo-hyuk). Cha Ki-Sung is the boss of a North Korean refugee crime organization. There, Im Chul-Ryung.. Source: Teaser-Trailer.com -
The U.S. military might monitor a North Korean intercontinental ballistic missile test and gather intelligence rather than destroy it, as long as the launch did not pose a threat, Defense Secretary Ash.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
(CNN)North Korea says it could launch an intercontinental ballistic missile "at any time," even as Pyongyang appeared to offer Donald Trump an avenue for future talks. Tensions on the Korean peninsula.. Source: Wochit News -
The US has described North Korea’s nuclear weapons capabilities as a “serious threat” and that it is prepared to shoot down any missiles coming towards its territory.
The hike in tensions has.. Source: euronews (in English) -
South Korean intelligence agencies Thursday reported a North Korean convoy it spotted carrying suspicious military equipment may be evidence North Korea may be preparing to test fire an upgraded.. WorldNews
North Korea may soon test-launch an new intercontinental ballistic missile, possibly to coincide with the inauguration of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, South Korean media reported on.. Huffington Post
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) " As the morning light poured through large windows, women wearing olive-colored overalls, pink aprons and headscarves stood at stations where silkworms were being boiled... New Zealand Herald