Putin calls up reservists, warns Russia will use 'all means' for defense
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky also stressed it would be impossible to stop the spread of radiation once it gets carried by the wind.
North Korea exhibited the biggest display of weaponry since Kim Jong Un was in power.
According to the United Nations (UN), there have been over 2,000 nuclear weapons testing since 1945.
Nagasaki marks 75 years since atomic bombing
Japan court recognises more Hiroshima bomb survivors
North Korea is being accused of breaching its annual import limit of 500,000 barrels of refined petroleum products a year, with Russia and China the main nations conducting deliveries to the isolated Asian nation.
A video was able to capture the bright flash produced by a possible meteor explosion in the U.S.
US scientists urge government to renounce nuclear tests
China says would join nuclear talks if US reduces arsenal
US, Russia divided over Chinese role in nuclear talks
A study revealed that a fireball that produced a powerful explosion mid-air might have destroyed one of the first known farming villages in the world. The authors of the study based their claims on various samples taken from an excavation site.
US and Russia to resume nuclear talks, but China casts cloud
A small asteroid that hit Earth was captured on video as it turned into a bright fireball.
Nine nuclear powers spent a record $73 billion in nuclear arms last year.
Several photos and videos taken from different parts of Europe showed a bright fireball streaking across the sky and lighting up the region. Based on the appearance of the fireball, it was most likely caused by an asteroid that burned up shortly after entering Earth’s atmosphere.
Residents from various states in the U.S. spotted a bright fireball streaking across the night sky.
Iran News: Tehran’s Stockpile Of Enriched Uranium Is Five Times Over The Limit, Atomic Watchdog Says
Iran could be stockpiling nuclear material as a defensive strategy, amid tensions with the United States.
A team of researchers studied how a nuclear war between two countries, such as the U.S. and Russia, would affect the entire planet. They concluded that such an event could trigger a nuclear winter that could paralyze the ecosystem of Earth’s oceans.
France to spell out post-Brexit nuclear weapons strategy
North Korea News: Despite Birthday Card From Trump, Kim Jong Un's Regime Slams US, Says 'Deceived' By Nuclear Negotiations
North Korea and the U.S. have not reached a nuclear deal in 18 months.
Russia says first hypersonic missiles enter service
East Asian leaders called for dialogue in face of North Korean military threats.
New broom at UN nuclear watchdog as Iran tensions rise
In Hiroshima, pope assails 'crime' of nuclear weapons
Pope heads to Nagasaki, Hiroshima to preach anti-nuclear gospel
Pope Francis kicks off Japan trip with call for nuclear disarmament
Pope to Hiroshima on mission against 'immoral' nuclear weapons
In September of 2017, North Korea conducted an underground nuclear test that literally moved a mountain, according to a study by the Indian Space Research Organization
Iran made its intentions clear Tuesday when it said it would attack U.S. troops and anyone hosting them if war comes calling.