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Summary.     Click for More > China urges UN action on N Korea Evidence of radioactivity from N. Korea U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea   The Council voted unanimously to slap trade, travel and other sanctions North Korea condemns UN sanctions N. Korea may planning 2nd nuclear test N. Korean ship may test sanctions N. Korea not planning second nuke test N. Korea agrees to return to nuclear talks APEC statement on N. Korea pleases Bush Six-party talks end, no agreement
N. Korea fires missiles US warns N Korea off missile test North Korea tests long-range missile  North Korea also fired 5 shorter-range rockets. The closely watched long-range test failed within a minute Outcry over N Korea missile test N Korea vows more missile tests U.S. urges China: Pressure North Korea Security Council split on N Korea Sec. Council votes for N. Korea sanctions   North Korea said will conduct nuclear test   The UN was due to discuss the issue later amid growing fears over Pyongyang's military capabilities Shots fired amid Korean tension China, Japan leaders warn N. Korea Outcry at N Korea 'nuclear test'   Security Council members are meeting to discuss their reaction   North Korea claims nuclear test
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  Official Korean Central News Agency: North Korea claimed it has performed a successful nuclear test.    South Korean officials confirmed that North Korea performed its first nuclear test. The apparent test was conducted at 10:36 a.m. in Hwaderi near Kilju city. China was given a 20-minute war...
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B. 01-09 Talks hit sanctions snag North Korea
C. 01-10 North Korea leader 'visits China' Beijing
D. 01-18 Media confirm Kim's China visit Beijing
4. 03-01 Two Koreas resume military talks North Korea
03-08 N. Korea fires missiles North Korea
6. 03-09 North Korean missiles dramatically better North Korea
H. 05-10 WFP to resume food aid to N. Korea North Korea
I. 05-23 N Korea calls off DMZ rail trial North Korea





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N. Korea fires missiles  White House spokesman: North Korea launched a pair of short-range missiles NK readies missile test NK warned over 'provocative' test US warns N Korea off missile test  Senior US officials have urged N. Korea to abandon any plan to test-launch a long-range missile North Korea tests long-range missile


January 2006 ... more > Top ^
Jan.9  Talks hit sanctions snag
Jan.10  North Korea leader 'visits China'
Jan.18  Media confirm Kim's China visit


March 2006 ... more > Top ^
Mar.1  Two Koreas resume military talks
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Mar.9  North Korean missiles dramatically better


May 2006 ... more > Top ^
May.10  WFP to resume food aid to N. Korea
May.19  N. Korea 'readies missile launch'
May.23  N Korea calls off DMZ rail trial


June 2006 ... more > Top ^
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Jun.20  Missile on launching pad


July 2006 ... more > Top ^
Jul.3  N. Korea threatens U.S. with nuclear war
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  North Korea also fired 5 shorter-range rockets. The closely watched long-range test failed within a minute
 The tests lasted about 5 hours. The Taepodong-2 failed after about 40 seconds. The short-range missiles all landed in the Sea of Japan. U.N. Security Council is planning to meet to discuss N. Korea's actions
Jul.5   Outcry over N Korea missile test  United Nations Security Council met to consider sanctions against Pyongyang   N Korea vows more missile tests  North Korea said it would continue launching series of missiles Jul.6 U.S.: 2nd long-range missile test unlikely  US envoy begins talks on N Korea Jul.7  World steps up pressure on N.Korea  Japan seeks North Korea sanctions Jul.9     U.S. urges China: Pressure North Korea  The United States pushed China to apply more pressure to end missile tests Jul.10   Security Council split on N Korea  China's ambassador circulated a draft statement condemning the tests, but making no mention of punitive sanctions Jul.11  China urges N. Korea to pull back Jul.12 China warns of veto over N Korea Jul.13  Pyongyang walks out of Korea talks Jul.15   Sec. Council votes for N. Korea sanctions  The Security Council demanded that N. Korea suspend its ballistic missile program Jul.16  U.S.: N. Korea has no choice but to talk Jul.27  N Korea threatens to quit talks Jul.28  ASEAN: N. Korea spurns nuke talks

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Aug.18  U.S. puzzles over N. Korea n-site

September 2006 ... more > Top ^
Sep.18  New sanctions target North Korea Sep.23 N. Korea speeds up nuclear bomb plan


October 2006 ... more > Top ^
Oct.3     North Korea said will conduct nuclear test
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  The UN was due to discuss the issue later amid growing fears over Pyongyang's military capabilities
Oct.4 World calls for North Korea restraint Blunt U.S. warning to North Korea Oct.5 Russians 'in N Korea test talks'  U.N. agrees on draft for N. Korea Fears N. Korea may test at weekend Oct.6   Shots fired amid Korean tension  S. Korean troops have fired 40 warning shots at soldiers from the North when soldiers crossed into the DMZ U.N. urges N. Korea to cancel nuclear test Oct.8     China, Japan leaders warn N. Korea  Japan and China agreed that a nuclear test cannot be tolerated and that Pyongyang should return to negotiations North Korea may drop nuclear test Oct.9   Outcry at N Korea 'nuclear test'
  Security Council members are meeting to discuss their reaction
    North Korea claims nuclear test
  Official Korean Central News Agency: North Korea claimed it has performed a successful nuclear test
 South Korean officials confirmed that North Korea performed its first nuclear test. The apparent test was conducted at 10:36 a.m. in Hwaderi near Kilju city. China was given a 20-minute warning and in turn told the U.S., Japan and S. Korea. The U.S. Geological Survey recorded a 4.2-magnitude quake in North Korea at 10:35 a.m., 385 kilometers northeast of the capital, Pyongyang
U.S. calls for sanctions against N. Korea Oct.10     China urges UN action on N Korea   Beijing has called for 'appropriate' action over North Korea's claim to have carried out a nuclear test U.S.: North Korean test 'went wrong' UN debates action over N Korea Oct.11 Japan announces N Korea sanctions Bush: N. Korea a 'threat to peace' Oct.12 China takes softer stance on North Korea Vote on N Korea sanctions delayed Seoul, Beijing debate NK sanctions Oct.13 Talks on North Korea sanctions heat up   Evidence of radioactivity from N. Korea
  The evidence is preliminary. The U.S. will be in a position to confirm N. Korea's claim Oct.14   U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea
  The Council voted unanimously to slap trade, travel and other sanctions.    The vote had been delayed because of concerns by China and Russia. The US has revised its dra...
Japan, South Korea hail sanctions vote Oct.15 U.S. presses Beijing on N. Korea Oct.16   North Korea condemns UN sanctions  The state media: the sanctions imposed after nuclear bomb test are a declaration of war Oct.17   N. Korea may planning 2nd nuclear test
  U.S. official: activity at a second nuclear site is looking very similar to activity seen just before the nuclear test U.S. spies 3 potential nuke sites Oct.19 China pressures N Korean leader   N. Korean ship may test sanctions  The U.S. suspects the merchant ship that recently left port may be carrying equipment banned equipment Oct.20   N. Korea not planning second nuke test  Kim Jong Il told a Chinese delegation that N. Korea was not planning a second nuclear weapons test North Korea sends mixed messages Oct.31   N. Korea agrees to return to nuclear talks   U.S. and Chinese officials: North Korea has agreed to rejoin 6-nation talks on its nuclear weapons program

November 2006 ... more > Top ^
Nov.18     APEC statement on N. Korea pleases Bush  Bush backed Pacific Rim leaders in demanding that the communist regime abandon its nuclear weapons program

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Dec.17 N Korea warning to 'hostile' US
Dec.19 U.S., North Korea meet one-on-one Dec.22     Six-party talks end, no agreement  Japan's PM has warned North Korea it faces increased international pressure after talks ended without a breakthrough