North Korea May Have Tried to Attack Japan, Kim Jong Un Missile Launch Photo Shows - Newsweek

North Korea is generally known as a place that likes to keep secrets, but its propaganda arm may have inadvertently let loose something huge—that the country's first intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) was supposed to land within Japanese territory.

China: US, North Korea should ease tensions themselves - Aljazeera.com

Beijing's efforts to reduce North Korea tensions will not yield practical results, says China's UN envoy. 31 Jul 2017 19:42 GMT. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. The US has been in talks with China on a draft Security Council resolution [Carlo ...

After the US had a shot at taking out Kim Jong Un, North Korea changed its launch tactics - Business Insider UK

When North Korea test-launched an intercontinental ballistic missile on July 4, the US reportedly had observed Kim Jong-un for 70 minutes before the missile took off. A US official let that detail slip to the Diplomat's Ankit Panda, possibly signaling ...

US attempts to shift blame onto Russia & China over N. Korea are baseless – Moscow - RT

The Russian Foreign Ministry has again called on the international community to "refrain from any steps that would further escalate tensions" on the Korean Peninsula, saying that Washington is playing a "baseless" blame game. "We consider the attempts ...

Up to US, North Korea to ease tensions, not China - China UN envoy - Reuters UK

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - China's U.N. ambassador said on Monday it is primarily up to the United States and North Korea, not Beijing, to reduce tensions and work toward resuming talks to end Pyongyang's nuclear weapon and ballistic missile programs ...

North Korea's nukes are the United States' problem: Why leaning on China to get tough on Kim Jong Un will not work - New York Daily News

Another weekend, another ballistic missile test out of North Korea. This Friday's launch came so close to Japan that video cameras in one coastal town even caught the fiery plunge of the dummy warhead into the sea. But the real target of the ...