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North Korea warns United States to end its 'military hysteria' or face retaliation

North Korea warns United States to end its 'military hysteria' or face retaliation

Other senior officials joining Kim at the podium included Kim Won Hong, who the South Korean government had said earlier this year was sacked from his job as state security minister, presumably over corruption. "Whatever comes from the USA, we will cope with it". The adviser, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the administration's initial understanding of the launch, said there was no expected response from the Trump administration because there was no need for the U.S.to ...


Pence Talks Trade in Japan

Pence Talks Trade in Japan

Pence told reporters near the DMZ that President Donald Trump was hopeful China would use its "extraordinary levers" to pressure the North to abandon its weapons programme, a day after the North's failed missile test launch. Pence's broader message was directed not just at North Korea, but at any other "enemies of our freedom". The event is often used as an opportunity to test new weaponry.


Mike Pence: WH Moving to 'Isolate' NKorea After Failed Test

Mike Pence: WH Moving to 'Isolate' NKorea After Failed Test

The two governments hope to achieve North Korea's abandonment of its nuclear program through heightening USA military pressure as well as strengthening economic sanctions by China. and Japanese Navy personnel as he visited the USS Ronald Regan at a United States naval base in Yokosuka, south of Tokyo. Yesterday China expressed "serious concern" at North Korea's nuclear development.


Paris shooting: Gunman named as police seek possible accomplices

Paris shooting: Gunman named as police seek possible accomplices

The risk for the main candidates was that misjudging the public mood, making an ill-perceived gesture or comment, could damage their chances. Le Pen, Fillon and Macron cancelled their final rallies. In a statement from its Amaq news agency, the group gave a pseudonym for the shooter, Abu Yusuf al-Beljiki, indicating he was Belgian or had lived in Belgium.



Dozens of children evacuated from Caracas hospital amid unrest

Walking with black bands tied around their arms and carrying signs denouncing President Nicolas Maduro, protesters headed to the Venezuelan Episcopal Conference, where they were prayed for those killed. Despite the night's bloodshed, traffic flowed normally and businesses re-opened in Caracas on Friday after the two consecutive days of protests. The court partly backtracked after an worldwide outcry.


Donald Trump is still defiant as he nears 100 days

Donald Trump is still defiant as he nears 100 days

The ABC/Washington Post poll found that 42% approved of Trump's performance as President vs. 53% who disapproved, compared to an average 69%/19% approval/disapproval split for past presidents in approximately that first 100-day window. Among those who voted for Hillary Clinton, only 85% said they would vote for her again. That identity crisis could come to a head later this week, just as Trump hits his 100-day mark, when the government is set to run out of money.