Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un are getting ready for their summit later this week in Vietnam.
Kim Yong Chol, North Korea's lead negotiator in talks with the United States, is travelling to Washington amid reports plans for a second summit are being finalised.
In a statement issued through the state news agency, North Korea said it will never unilaterally give up its nuclear weapons unless the United States does the same.
North Korea's state-run news agency KCNA said Kim Jong-un had supervised the testing of a new high-tech tactical weapon at the Academy of National Defence Science.
North Korea is reportedly continuing to develop its ballistic missile program. Following a summit with the U.S., North Korean leader Kim Jong Un agreed to dismantle his country’s main nuclear site. North Korea reportedly continues to make improvements to more than a dozen other sites that could launch conventional and nuclear missiles.
North Korea is reportedly continuing to develop its ballistic missile program. Satellite images appear to show numerous hidden bases in the country. But President Trump reassured Americans on Twitter. So are they in violation? Yahoo News explains.