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Trump says major conflict with North Korea possible, but seeks diplomacy

Tillerson said the United States approach to North Korea under Trump is different from the Obama administration's in terms of both "intensity" and "expectations", particularly what it requires of China. Some observers said the remarks could infuriate South Korean voters and spark anti-U.S. sentiment less than two weeks before the country's presidential elections.



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In response to the ongoing hostility from the regional bloc, Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez presented an official letter Thursday to start the process of leaving the OAS, which she said was attempting to intervene and promote a coup in Venezuela.


Are US, North Korea heading towards a 'major' conflict? Trump thinks so

Are US, North Korea heading towards a 'major' conflict? Trump thinks so

The talks - between the US, North Korea, South Korea, China, Russia and Japan - were meant to prevent the nuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, but they broke down in 2009 and multiple attempts to restart them have failed. He delivered opening remarks before handing it over to his national security team. Given the confused messaging coming out of Washington, John Delury, an expert on China-Korea relations at Seoul's Yonsei University, said it remains to be seen if the Trump administration ...


'Major, major conflict' with North Korea absolutely possible

'Major, major conflict' with North Korea absolutely possible

He added, "We'd love to solve things diplomatically but it's very hard". Mr. Trump called out Chinese President Xi Jinping in the interview and acknowledged his attempts to find a solution for Pyongyang. North Korea has vowed that it will continued to build ballistic missiles such as these (undated picture released in March) so long as America maintains its "aggression".



There is 'absolutely' a chance of 'major, major conflict' with North Korea

Harris' testimony comes ahead of two congressional briefings on North Korea Wednesday afternoon, where Defense Secretary James Mattis, Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. "It's phenomenal, shoots missiles right out of the sky". "North Korea is a much stronger country, and it should dictate a much more measured and deliberate approach".


North Korean missiles destroy US in mock-up birthday video

North Korean missiles destroy US in mock-up birthday video

The latest film was played on a giant screen at a performance hall in the country's capital where scores of North Koreans had gathered for the occasion, according to state-run media. It's a quick sequence with poor CGI effects and North Koreans without a terrific grasp on United States geography probably wouldn't even recognize the San Francisco peninsula being annihilated.