Japan and South Korea joined the United States Wednesday in demanding that North Korea cancel plans to send a long-range rocket into space, saying the launch would violate United Nations resolutions banning ballistic-missile and nuclear weapon development in the country.
North Korea notified U.N. agencies late Tuesday its plans to launch what it calls an "earth observation satellite" sometime between February 8-25.
08:55 North Korea says Malaysia can’t be trusted to investigate the killing of leader’s half brother22
16:26 South Korea accuses North Korea of Kim Jong Nam assassination20
15:04 Malaysia Seeks to Question 7 in Killing of Kim Jong-nam23
02:52 China says understands South Korean need for security, still opposes missiles25