North Korea's Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho said President Donald Trump's latest Twitter attack on Kim Jong Un amounted to a declaration of war.
Russia did not appreciate President Donald Trump's vow to "totally destroy" North Korea, and has plans of its own to solve the nuclear crisis.
The U.S. has designated the Al-Qaeda affiliated a "terrorist" group, despite its attempts to rebrand. However Russia has repeatedly accused Washington of sparing its militants.
Moscow has confirmed close-up footage of a helicopter misfiring into onlookers is genuine but has denied the timing.
If ISIS was behind Friday's bombing of the London metro, it would be the group's fourth attack in the U.K. this year.
"I never think it's helpful for anyone to speculate," Prime Minister Theresa May said.
The president was quick to condemn the attack on a London subway train.
Passengers post images of a bucket as the suspected cause of the blast after a reported fireball in west London.
Chinese soldiers were rushed to the country's northeastern coast to fire missiles and machine guns designed to blast enemy planes out of the air.
While estimates vary, experts say the latest North Korean nuclear test may have produced an explosion nearly 10 times stronger than the Hiroshima bombing.
North Korea has lashed out at U.S. regional allies South Korea and Japan for acting on Washington's behalf and undermining Kim Jong Un's nuclear ambitions.
The family of Bibihal Uzbeki, who is severely disabled, has appealed the rejection.
"The stronger and the smarter one will show restraint," Russia's deputy foreign minister said.
The White House is said to be monitoring the situation in North Korea very closely following the latest test.
The U.S.-led coalition bombed the path of the convoy of ISIS fighters and their families, saying it was "a lucrative target" and threatening more strikes.
The B61-12 is planned to be the first U.S. precision-guided atomic bomb and is intended to minimize collateral damage.
Trump's "clear definition" of victory in Afghanistan reflects U.S. strategy since the beginning of the 2001 conflict.
North Korea reportedly fired a ballistic missile over Japanese territory, prompting major concerns and emergency meetings in Tokyo.