North Korea's state television aired footage of a musical show marking the birthday of former leader Kim II Sung. It ended with a mock-up video of missiles engulfing the United States in flames.
It is 'highly likely' that Lazarus hackers were responsible for this month's WannaCry cyberattack, the US anti-virus firm Symantec reports. The cell is widely believed to be connected to North Korea.
The UN Security Council has accused North Korea of "flagrant and provocative defiance" after its latest missile launch on Sunday. Pyongyang has fired eight missiles so far this year despite international condemnation.
The new South Korean leader, Moon Jae-in, has promised to try to engage the cloistered regime in Pyongyang, but few believe that North Korea will reciprocate or abandon its nuclear weapons. Julian Ryall reports.
South Korean forces have fired at objects flown across the border from North Korea, officials said. The balloon-like items flew with the wind and may have been carrying propaganda leaflets.
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