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South Korea, US agree on putting more pressure on North Korea: Seoul

South Korea, US agree on putting more pressure on North Korea: Seoul

After a meeting between ministries and civilian experts, the government made a decision to support programs by the United Nations Children's Fund and the U.N. Pyongyang says it needs nuclear weapons to protect itself from United States forces. As North Korea's two primary trader partners, President Trump has urged both leaders to do more to help convince Pyongyang to stand down.


Negotiations with USA on any issues would be 'waste of time': Rouhani

Negotiations with USA on any issues would be 'waste of time': Rouhani

Mohammad Golshan, who was born in Iran but has lived in Toronto for three decades, said his belief is that the American administration "should not deal with the Iranian government". General Assembly. On Wednesday, he said " I have decided " whether the USA will continue to abide by the deal, but declined to elaborate. The leaders gathered at the JCPOA meeting had an "open and candid exchange", Tillerson said.


4 injured as plane crash-lands in Istanbul airport

4 injured as plane crash-lands in Istanbul airport

The jet was trying to leave Ataturk Airport on its way to Cyprus when it reportedly fell from the sky. All flights have been canceled, local outlets have reported. Police said the jet's two pilots, cabin crew members and several passengers suffered minor injuries in the accident. Firefighters were mobilized to extinguish the fire, Anadolu reported.


Japan deploys missile interceptor near recent flight path

Japan deploys missile interceptor near recent flight path

Whatever else anyone says, the core issue in this year's General Assembly will be the North Korean nuclear problem. During the mission, USA and ROKAF aircraft flew across the Korean Peninsula and practiced their attack capabilities by releasing live weapons at the Pilsung Range training area.


Victory within sight: Afghan President Ghani at meeting with Trump

Victory within sight: Afghan President Ghani at meeting with Trump

After Trump's threatening speech, the South Korean president struck a different tone, saying the crisis "needs to be managed stably so that tensions will not become overly intensified or accidental military clashes will not destroy peace". "I hope that this time, Pakistanis get the message loud and clear that business as usual can not continue. We really have no choice but to do it", Trump said in his first meeting with the Afghan leader, after he announced his new Afghanistan and South Asia ...


'Vicious' sanctions will only speed up nuclear development: North Korea

'Vicious' sanctions will only speed up nuclear development: North Korea

Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera described the move as a precautionary measure against the growing threat from North Korea , which has recently been restlessly exhibiting its growing military strength. Mitoji Yabunaka, Japan's former chief negotiator to the Six-Party talks, echoed Hill's position. Trump and Xi spoke on the phone days after Trump and his aides publicly discussed potential military action against North Korea.