During an emergency meeting over the launch, council members "restated their intent to develop significant" new sanctions against North Korea for violating UN resolutions, the UNSC said in a statement.
An agreement on a new sanctions resolution may come as early as next week, the council's president, Rafael Ramirez told reporters before stepping into the emergency meeting, according to The Associated Press.
Ben Carson is here to stay, despite the ups and downs of his campaign.
"For many months, the political class, pundits, the media have tried to ignore or bury me," Carson said in his closing statements during Saturday night's Republican debate hosted by ABC News. "They say that politics is too complex and too sleazy. You can't survive.
"Well, guess what? I'm still here. And I'm not going any place, either," he said.
A double-decker bus was blown up on bridge in front of Parliament in London on Sunday morning, sparking panic from those nearby who were unaware it was done on a movie set.
The loud, fiery explosion was part of a stunt for "The Foreigner," an upcoming action film starring Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan, according to city officials. Though the film's producers had warned neighboring residents about the blasts, some passers-by and Twitter users said the city should have better notified the general public about the stunt.
Some said children in a nearby playground were frightened and "freaked" by the blast.
Democratic presidential hopeful Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders flipped the tables and did an impression of comedian Larry David while standing right next to him onstage during a new episode of NBC’s "Saturday Night Live.”
Asked how New Hampshire was going, Sanders replied, "Well, it's pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good," referencing David’s famous line from his show "Curb Your Enthusiasm."
Saturday was the first time the two doppelgangers stood side-by-side since David debuted his instant-Internet sensation impression of the presidential hopeful on "SNL" last fall. David hosted the show Saturday night.
Matt LeBlanc starred as Joey Tribbiani, the goofy next-door neighbor on "Friends," for 10 years and 236 episodes. After the series wrapped in 2004, the actor said he nearly had a breakdown.
"I was burnt out," he told the Mirror. "I wanted to not have a schedule, not be somewhere. I was in a position to do that. My agent was bummed. Most actors call their agents and say, 'What's going on?' I'd call mine and say, 'Please lose my number for a few years.'
"It was a very dark time. I almost had a nervous breakdown," LeBlanc added.