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North Korea Has 1.2 Million Troops But Cannot Feed Them

North Korea Has 1.2 Million Troops But Cannot Feed Them

North Korea is developing a new type of nuclear-tipped missile capable of reaching any point in the mainland United States, according to photographs released by state media. director of national intelligence, said by phone. The UNSC passed sweeping new sanctions against North Korea of August 5, in response to North Korea's recent tests of the Hwasong-14 intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on July 4 and July 28.


Japan expands its North Korean sanctions blacklist

Japan expands its North Korean sanctions blacklist

But Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying accused Japan of creating "new political obstacles" for Sino-Japanese ties. Meanwhile, North Korea on Friday released rare criticism of its neighbors China and Russian Federation for not extending their full support for the regime, while blaming the U.S.



Pakistan PM chairs high-level meeting to respond to Trump's charges

Referring to Donald Trump's assertion of payment of billions of dollars to Pakistan over the years, the committee said instead of any financial or material assistance, there should be understanding and recognition of Pakistan's efforts, contributions and sacrifice of thousands of Pakistanis and over 120 billion United States dollars of economic losses.


Knife-wielding man killed by soldiers in Brussels

Knife-wielding man killed by soldiers in Brussels

Belgium's federal prosecutor's office said the attacker was "not known for terrorist activities" but said that he had shouted "Allahu Akbar" ("God is greatest" in Arabic) during the assault. Two police officers have been injured while arresting a man armed with a knife outside Buckingham Palace. Social media users in London shared images of a large police presence in the area.


Police injured outside Buckingham Palace

Police injured outside Buckingham Palace

The man was arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm and an assault on police. But the Met Police said on Twitter they suffered only minor injuries. The officers were treated at the scene. The 25-year-old said: "I was walking toward The Mall and St James's Park when I saw police rush down toward the palace in great numbers".



COAS tells U.S. envoy Pakistan wants trust, understanding, recognition not financial aid

The ambassador said that U.S. values Pakistan's role in the war against terror and is seeking cooperation from Pakistan to resolve the Afghan issue . Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif delayed his official visit to the United States in the wake of Trump's statement. President Trump said "For its part, Pakistan often gives safe haven to agents of chaos, violence, and terror".