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South Korea military suspects object crossing border was North Korean balloon

North Korea has biological, chemical, nuclear and even radiological weapons. The tip of the spear would be pushing the 2nd Infantry Division, stationed near the South-North Korea border, into the fight, bringing with it a combat aviation brigade, a field artillery brigade, an armored brigade combat team and a chemical weapons battalion.


How Trump's planned visit to the Western Wall spurred controversy

How Trump's planned visit to the Western Wall spurred controversy

Embassy to Israel's eternal and indivisible capital city of Jerusalem ". The delay has frustrated right-wing politicians in Israel who fear Trump may back down on other promises. President Donald Trump's popularity among Israeli Jews has fallen 23 percent since January, an alarming statistic as he prepares to meet with Israeli and Palestinian leaders next week in a bid to revive a peace process frozen since 2014.



South Korea's Moon Jae-in seeking Vatican's help on North Korea

South Korea fired warning shots today at a flying object that entered the country's airspace from North Korea across the Demilitarized Zone, Seoul's military said. North Korea has in recent years touted its drone program, a relatively new addition to its arsenal. "The whole world looks handsome and feels happy when I see the Earth filmed by a rocket launched by us", Kim is reported to have said.



China, Asean countries reach consensus over South China sea code

The Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) and China on Thursday finished a draft framework for negotiating a code of conduct, despite regional scepticism whether Beijing will commit to rules likely to restrain its maritime ambitions.



Korea says it fired warning shots at 'balloons' from North

The military said it had sent a warning to Pyongyang and increased its air surveillance in response to the incident. About 90 machine gun rounds were fired at the object, which has not been identified. The scope of additional penalties is not clear, but Tillerson and other US officials have warned that countries helping North Korea evade sanctions could themselves be targeted.