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North Korea ready for nuclear attack

North Korea ready for nuclear attack

China says President Xi has stressed the need for an end to North Korea's nuclear weapons program in a phone discussion with Trump that followed tweets from the USA president urging China to play a more active role. Meanwhile, preparations were underway in Pyongyang for the celebrations marking the birthday of the regime's late founder. Trump said on Twitter his call with Xi was a "very good" discussion of the "menace of North Korea ".


Trump barred from using his private helicopter

Trump barred from using his private helicopter

In efforts to help taxpayers, Palm Beach commissioners have proposed making Mar-a-Lago a special taxing district that would cover Trump's security costs. But that's not the only controversy caused by Trump's frequent trips outside of Washington, D.C. Critics say that the taxpayer-funded visits are too secretive .


13 year-old Instagram user shoots himself on live video

13 year-old Instagram user shoots himself on live video

A few minutes later, Stevens knew something was off. "I heard a big boom". Ms. Stephens said she was unsure how her son had got hold of the gun, but believed he may have been given it by a friend. She hopes that her son's death is a lesson to keep a vigilant eye on what children are doing and who they are doing it with, "Monitor their phones, just monitor your children".



North Korea Threatens Nuclear Retaliation If US Attacks

If not, we will solve the problem without them! But in another message posted minutes earlier, Trump said he told Xi terms of a trade deal would be better for China "if they solve the North Korea problem". "At least, if you consider overall things such as the fact that the United States government has not put out warnings to its citizens in South Korea, I think the risk (of military action) at this point is not high", said the diplomat, who asked not to be identified.


Russia Worried US Will Attack North Korea

Russia Worried US Will Attack North Korea

President Donald Trump, fresh from ordering a missile strike on Syria that was widely interpreted as a warning to North Korea, has asked his advisors for a range of options to rein in Pyongyang, a top U.S. Furthermore, Trump's missile strike on Syria for "crossing the line" and using chemical weapons against innocent civilians has exacerbated fears that the USA might use force against North Korea.