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    Revealed: Trump's secret North Korea back channel. Diplomat codenamed 'New York' is passing messages to dictator as president piles on pressure in public
    • Trump is ratcheting up the tension with Kim Jong Un in public but in private a senior diplomat is able to send messages to the North Korean regime
    • Joseph Yun, U.S. envoy for North Korea policy, speaks to Pak Song Il, a senior North Korean diplomat at the country's U.N. mission in New York
    • There were no discussions over the last seven months of Obama's presidency after Pyongyang broke them off in anger over U.S. sanctions on Kim
    • But Trump's administration quickly re-opened to conduit and held talks on having Otto Warmbier freed
    • Until now it had not been known that the secret back channel was still being used, raising hopes that Pyongyang will be willing to negotiate


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4782288/Beyond-bluster-US-NKorea-regular-contact.html#ixzz4pULJwH1N
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    HOW 3 SUCCESSIVE U.S PRESIDENT BEFORE TRUMP FAILED TO STOP NORTH KOREAN MISSILE & NUKE PROGRAMS?
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    Published on Aug 12, 2017
    U.S. intelligence officials have concluded that North Korea has successfully produced a miniaturized nuclear warhead that can fit inside its missiles, crossing a key threshold on the path to becoming a full-fledged nuclear power.

    In a separated assessment, United States calculated last month that up to 60 nuclear weapons are now controlled by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Some independent experts think the number is much smaller.
    In the missile department, it is agreed by most experts that the recently tested HWASONG-14 could reach many US cities.
    So, in the current scenario, it can be safely assumed that now North Korea has now acquired the technological capability to target US mainland with nuclear tipped missile.
    This situation hasn’t got to this point suddenly, but took about 2 decades in making. Three American presidents before President Trump oversaw the impending crisis.

    In this video, Defense Updates look at HOW 3 SUCCESSIVE US PRESIDENT FAILED TO STOP NORTH KOREAN MISSILE & NUKE PROGRAM?

    BILL CLINTON
    Clinton successfully negotiated the Agreed Framework of 1994, which resulted in the closure of North Korea’s Yongbyon nuclear power plant in exchange for oil deliveries, a phasing-out of economic sanctions, and help with the construction of a light water reactor for energy production. Both parties complied with their treaty obligations until 1996.

    This course of events suggests two fundamental shortcomings of Clinton’s dovish approach toward North Korea:
    1. Lack of follow-through
    2. Yongbyon was initially only closed but not dismantled, thus allowed North Korea to restart its nuclear program at relatively little cost.

    Overall, North Korea benefited from its nuclear provocation and through the Agreed Framework, it received economic aid, temporarily improved diplomatic relations with the United States, but pulled out of the agreement in time to maintain its nuclear program.

    The takeaway from these events was that North Korea could not be trusted.

    GEORGE W. BUSH

    The Bush administration took an entirely different approach to “the North Korea problem.” Rather than seeking an agreement with the hermit country, the Bush administration sought regime change - deemed necessary because of North Korea’s membership in the “Axis of Evil“ as a country producing weapons of mass destruction.

    In 2003, North Korea finally withdrew from the NPT and, in April, admitted for the first time to the possession of nuclear weapons. These events prompted the Six-Party Talks between the United States, South and North Korea, China, Russia, and Japan in August of that year.

    However, having learned the lesson of the Clinton era, the Bush administration adhered to its “dismantle first, talk later” policy. The Six-Party Talks stretched on for years, punctuated by nuclear and missile tests in 2006, until North Korea finally withdrew from the Talks in 2009.

    The net result of Bush’s hawkish policies was little better, if not worse, than those of the Clinton administration. The Bush administration failed to achieve an agreement on denuclearization. On the contrary, the North Korean nuclear program progressed to the point of a successful nuclear test in 2006 and another one only a month after its withdrawal from the Six-Party Talks in 2009.

    BARACK OBAMA

    Obama offered negotiations in his inaugural speech, but North Korea responded with missile and nuclear tests. The administration quickly changed to a policy of strategic patience, essentially a commitment to denuclearization as a precondition for talks, conducted in close alliance with Seoul and the other members of the Six-Party Talks.

    Washington did engage in bilateral negotiations with Pyongyang, producing the Leap Day Agreement - which fell apart only three weeks after it was announced because of a failed satellite launch by Pyongyang.

    Ultimately, the nuclear test and rocket launch this year prove that the Obama administration was no more successful than its predecessors in stopping the progress of North Korea’s weapons development.

    CONCLUSION

    None of the 3 Presidents were able to stop North Korean nuke and missile programs. As time went by, the technological competency of North Korea improved and ultimately resulted in them being able to successfully test nukes as well as long-range missile.

    The important aspect is that none of the American presidents used the military option and the intelligence agencies advising the presidents could not correctly evaluate the pace and maturity of the North Korean weapons programs.

    President Trump has come to office at time when the situation has escalated too far, almost to the brink of war. It remains to be seen, if he can do what the previous 3 presidents could not.
     
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    Bristling in Mad Kim’s crosshairs: Inside Trump’s air force and naval bases on Guam where an awesome arsenal is locked, loaded and ready to launch fire and fury on North Korea
    • Exclusive first look at Trump's arsenal of ships, plans and weaponry in Guam
    • Includes F-16 fighter jets lined up along a runway ready to scramble in an instant
    • Comes as President Trump ratcheted up his rhetoric promising 'fire and fury'


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    North Korea recalls key ambassadors to China, Russia and the UN back to the country as tensions with the US continue to escalate
    • The three ambassadors are said to be attending a joint meeting in Pyongyang
    • It is suspected the officials are meeting over the country's purported preparations for further military provocations
    • Last week, North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un threatened to execute a missile strike on nearby Guam, a US territory with an American military base
    • US President Donald Trump vowed that, if so, North Korea would be met with 'fire and fury'


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    China announces BAN on coal, lead and fish from North Korea in bid to force Kim Jong-Un to climb-down in nuclear standoff
    • China has banned imports of coal, iron, lead and sea food from North Korea
    • This is in line with United Nations sanctions announced earlier this month
    • China accounts for 90 percent of international trade with North Korea


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    North Korea warns America it will launch a 'merciless strike' and 'uncontrollable nuclear war' over military exercise in the South
    • Pyongyang warned that's President Trump's 'reckless behavior (is) driving the situation into the uncontrollable phase of a nuclear war'
    • Warning comes day ahead of the ten-day Ulchi Freedom Guardian military, a joint exercise with the US and South Korea
    • Kim Jong Un plans to watch the 'foolish' Yankees before giving launch orders
    • Trump said earlier that Washington could rain 'fire and fury' on the North
    • Combative rhetoric spiked after Pyongyang tested two intercontinental ballistic missiles last month that brought much of the US in range
    • Pyongyang declared its army can hit the US at anytime, and nowhere on the mainland, or Guam or Hawaii, can 'dodge the merciless strike'


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    'He is starting to respect us': Trump says his aggressive rhetoric towards North Korea has WORKED as Tillerson says there could be an opening for talks 'in the near future'
    • The US president has claimed his stance towards Kim Jong-un was successful
    • 'Some people said it was too strong. It's not strong enough,' Donald Trump said
    • Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said peaceful talk between nations are possible
    • Kim Jong-Un recently ordered production of ballistic missiles to be stepped up
    • Tensions have been high since Kim threatened to the bomb US territory of Guam


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4813982/Tillerson-sees-possible-pathway-U-S-N-Korea-dialogue-near-future.html#ixzz4qZFQcrxr
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    BREAKING NEWS: Brazen Kim taunts the West with latest ballistic missile launch – South Korean military confirms 'unidentified projectiles' blast off from North Korea and crash into the Sea of Japan
    • South Korea's joint chiefs of staff confirm the objects landed off its east coast
    • They landed in the Sea of Japan, off Kangwon province, after flying 155 miles
    • South Korean Yonhap news agency has claimed the objects could be missiles
    • Tens of thousands of soldiers taking part in US-South Korean drill in the country
    • It is the first launch by the North since it tested a long-range missile in July


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4824686/South-Korean-military-confirms-North-Korean-missile-launch.html#ixzz4qoRNWH1a
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    A bit different..............

    Wind of il bon ue baram/Nippon no Kaze 9465khz 1321utc (anti-DPRK Japanese clandestine)
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    Published on Aug 25, 2017
    Korean language alternative to Furusato no Kaze "Wind of Hometown" aimed at abducted Japanese citizens held by North Korea. This broadcast is also known as Nippon no Kaze 'Wind of Japan'. More into @ http://www.rachi.go.jp/en/shisei/radio/
     
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    TOP 5 WEAPONS OF NORTH KOREA, WHICH ARE ACTUALLY OBSOLETE
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    Published on Aug 26, 2017
    North Korea had more harsh words for the US on Wednesday, strongly condemning US-South Korean joint military exercises and criticizing President Donald Trump's "weird" and "ego-driven" social media posts just hours after Trump claimed the rogue nation's leader is "starting to respect us."

    Washington and Pyongyang have traded heated rhetoric and dueling threats in recent months, and latest verbal volley published by the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) was, in some ways, a predictable response to the joint US-South Korean military exercises from a North Korean regime that views such activities as practice for an eventual invasion.

    There have been innumerable debates on television, print media and social media about the weapons possessed by North Korea and some them have grossly overstated their effectiveness.


    Keeping that in view in this video, Defense Updates looks at top 5 weapons of North Korea and how they are actually obsolete?

    So, lets get started.


    Il-28 /H5 BOMBERS:

    North Korea bomber fleet consists of the Il-28 and its Chinese copy, the Harbin H-5. It has about 82 of these.
    These have been developed in late1940s.
    North Korea originally received 24 Ilyushin Il-28 Beagles in 1960, and after that delivery of the Chinese H-5 copy continued.
    A low maximum speed of 900 km/hrs. (560 mph) and a fairly low ceiling of about 13,000 m (43,000 ft.), renders the aircraft very vulnerable even to older types of SAMs and jet fighters.
    These will be easy targets for modern American fighter jets.


    AIR DEFENSES

    North Korea has a mix of old Soviet era Surface-to-Air missiles (SAMs), which includes the S-75, S-125, S-200 and Kvadrat.
    All these systems are outdated and represent technology that is 2 to 3 generation older.
    Also, these may not be in good working condition. Even when working, are likely to be only nuisance instead of being a solid challenge to American air force.
    In addition to them, since early the 2010s North Korea has deployed an indigenous SAM system, which is called KN-06 by South Korea and the U.S.
    The KN-06 is a long-range SAM that bears some resemblance to the Russian S-300 and Chinese FT-2000, and has a max range of 150 km.

    SUBMARINES:

    The North Korean military is in possession of a fleet of about 70 submarines, comprised of approximately 20 Romeo class submarines (1,800 tons), 40 Sang-O class submarines (300 tons) and 10 Yono class submarines (130 tons).

    Thought the quantity is impressive, the quality is not.
    All of these submarines uses diesel-electric propulsion and were designed in the 50's or 60's. They don’t have Air Independent Propulsion (AIP), to augment their underwater endurance and hence have to surface frequently, making them easy targets.
    Also, these can operate mainly within the 50 km exclusion zone of North Korea, enabling easier detection as the search envelop is small.

    POKPUNG-HO TANK

    Tanks play one of the most vital roles in any ground offensive or defensive maneuvers. The Pokpung-ho is a North Korean main battle tank (MBT) developed in the 1990s. It is a locally designed and contains elements or incorporates technology found in the T-62, T-72, Type 88 and Ch'onma-ho MBTs.
    The Pokpung-ho I, the initial variant had the 115mm gun; however, later version Pokpung-ho II is armed with 125mm smoothbore gun, which fires Armor-piercing rounds produced in North Korea.

    But this tank has many shortfalls, here are some:
    1. The tank does not have the capability to fire anti-tank guided missiles (ATGM) from its main gun.
    2. The night sighting system is most likely the same as present in obsolete T-62.
    3. The chassis is basically a heavily modified version of T-62, and is mated with a relatively underpowered 1000 HP engine. The max speed is around 55 kph, which is considerably low compared to many tanks of modern era.
    4. At 44.3 tons, it is significantly thinly protected than most modern main battle tanks, which weigh upwards of 60 tons.
    5. Though the tank has some Explosive Reactive Armor plates and Composite Armor plate here and there, but these are afterthoughts and, are likely to way less effective than modern tanks.


    MiG-29 FIGHTER:

    Air supremacy is one of the most important factors in modern day conflicts. North Korea has a fleet of different kinds of fighters, which even includes Chinese derivatives of very old fighters like Mig 17 and Mig 19.
    The MiG-29 is the Korean People's Army Air Force’s (KPAF) most modern fighter and it operates approximately 40 of these.
    Though the Mig 29 is a capable fighter but North Korea has been isolated for long with very little access to spare parts and other maintenance infrastructure.
    .
    Also we must have to note that fighter jets are platforms and their effectiveness depends largely on the weapons they carry.
    With little to no access to foreign air-to-air missiles, because of sanction and no in-house designs; the Mig 29 is equipped with old weapons technology.
     
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    'We will exterminate North Korea's leadership': South Korea retaliates: Seoul drops eight bombs near border in show of overwhelming force and threatens to depose Kim Jong-un after he launched a ballistic missile over Japan
    • Japanese military did not attempt to shoot down the missile which passed over
    • But people in the northern regions of Japan were advised to take precautions
    • Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he would do all in his power to protect people
    • South Korea in response dropped eight bombs at a range near the Korean border
    • South Korea warned North Korea may be preparing for its sixth nuclear test
    • Detected signs of it preparing another test at its Punggye-ri underground site
    • US, Japan and South Korea have requested a UN Security Council meeting


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    Japan Orders Indoor Alerts After North Korean Missile - SHTF NEWS
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    South Korea draws up secret plan for trained killers to ASSASSINATE Kim Jong-un and his top officials if the tyrant sparks war
    • South Korea is revising its strategy for a 'conventional' attack by North Korea
    • Proposals said to include assassinating Kim Jong-un if he sparks a war with Seoul
    • It comes after the dictator sparked outrage by firing a test missile over Japan


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    Putin warns North Korea crisis is 'balancing on the brink of a large-scale conflict' and threatening Pyongyang is 'futile'
    • Vladimir Putin warned that placing sanctions on North Korea is a 'dead-end road'
    • Described North Korea crisis as 'balancing on the brink of a large-scale conflict'
    • He warned that threatening Pyongyang over its nuclear plans is a 'futile' exercise


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    Will Kim Jong-un launch a sixth nuke test NEXT WEEK? Satellite images suggest North Korean military base is ready for a new test to mark the state's anniversary
    • New satellite images show Punggye-ri nuclear test site in country's north east
    • Experts say the site remains on 'standby' and a test could happen 'at any time'
    • There are fears North Korea may chose September 9 to carry out a sixth test
    • Fifth test was carried out on same date last year to mark country's anniversary


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    ONE OF NORTH KOREA'S MOST DANGEROUS WEAPONS IS THE ANCIENT AN-2 BIPLANE || WARTHOG 2017
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    FEMALE NORTH KOREAN SOLDIERS DESCRIBE HORRIFIC SEXUAL ABUSE FROM SUPERIOR OFFICERS
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    BREAKING NEWS - North Korea claims it has developed an advanced HYDROGEN bomb: Kim Jong-un is pictured inspecting weapon being loaded onto intercontinental ballistic missile launcher
    • North Korea claimed it developed a more advanced nuclear weapon Saturday
    • Photos show Kim Jong-un inspecting his new hydrogen bomb
    • The country claims that it can build as many of the bombs as it wants
    • The weapon is said to have 'great destructive power' and will be loaded on a new intercontinental ballistic missile


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    Trump plans to withdraw from South Korean trade deal in a move opposed by top aides who warn against upsetting key ally in time of high tensions with North Korea
    • President Donald Trump said on Saturday he will discuss the fate of a five-year-old U.S.-South Korean free trade deal with his advisers next week
    • President could pull out of the accord with a key American ally at a time of heightened tensions on the Korean peninsula
    • The U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS), hammered out by Trump's Democratic predecessor Barack Obama, has been a frequent target for Trump
    • The president, however, is running into opposition from key economic and security aides, including Jim Mattis, H.R. McMaster, and Gary Cohn


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    'They only understand one thing': Trump comes out fighting and agrees to 'military response' after North Korea celebrates its most powerful nuclear test ever and sparks 6.3 magnitude quake
    • Donald Trump has warned that North Korean officials 'only understand one thing'
    • He also complained that appeasement 'will not work' in the dramatic tweets
    • US and South Korean leaders are now discussing 'military measures' to be taken
    • They will 'show their powerful response through action,' Joint Chiefs of Staff said
    • North Korea detonated hydrogen bomb sparking powerful 6.3 magnitude quake
    • Terrifying tremor was detected in northeast near the Punggye-ri test site
    • Blast directly ordered by Kim Jong-Un and was large enough to destroy a city
    • South Korea pledges to deploy most powerful US tactical weapons in response
    • It comes hours after regime said it developed more advanced nuclear weapon


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    Kim Jong-un is planning ANOTHER ballistic test: South Korea detects signs of fresh rocket exercise after simulating its own missile raid on the North's nuclear base following dictator's hydrogen bomb success - as US boasts it can 'annihilate' regime
    • Astonishing photos show South Korea conducting a live-fire exercise simulating an attack on the North
    • Military training involved long-range air-to-surface and ballistic missiles and comes after North Korea conducted its sixth nuclear test on Sunday
    • On Sunday, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said he is not looking 'to the total annihilation of a country' but he and President Donald Trump had been briefed on each of the 'many military options' available
    • The US warned it could launch a 'massive military response' on North Korea


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    HOW JAPAN MIGHT RESPOND TO A NORTH KOREAN MISSILE ATTACK || WARTHOG 2017
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    This week’s overflight of Japan by a North Korean missile was a major escalation of Pyongyang’s missile strategy. Although not unprecedented, the overflight of the northern island of Hokkaido was a clear sign that North Korea did not expect Tokyo to actually do anything in response. If Japan wanted to mount a more muscular response, what options would it have?
     
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    'If we fire, they will die': Kim Jong-un accuses Seoul's 'scabby sheep' army of being 'puppets' for Donald Trump which can be wiped out by his 'nuclear striking power'
    • Kim Jong-un has boasted of 'nuclear striking power' after describing South Korean troops as 'scabby sheep'
    • Dictator's state-run media accused Seoul of being US 'puppets' and warned they face a 'horrible disaster'
    • Astonishing photos show South Korea conducting a live-fire exercise simulating an attack on North Korea
    • Military training simulated a raid on North Korea's nuclear base and involved long-range and ballistic missiles
    • It comes after dictator Kim Jong-un conducted Pyongyang's sixth nuclear test sparking international outrage
    • The United State has boasted it can launch a 'massive military response' to any threats from North Korea


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    HOW NORTH KOREA COULD WIPE OUT ELECTRICAL NETWORKS ACROSS THE US WITH A HIGH-ALTITUDE EMP BLAST
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    North Korea's latest nuclear weapons test has renewed fears of a devastating electro-magnetic pulse, or EMP, attack that could wipe out electrical grids across the US.
    For the first time, North Korea specifically mentioned the possibility of an EMP attack on the US following Sunday's test of a 100-kiloton weapon, which the regime claims is a thermonuclear bomb.
    The weapon could wipe out much of a city, but the pulse from a high-altitude blast could sow chaos and destruction far wider.
    North Korea's state news agency warned that the weapon 'is a multifunctional thermonuclear nuke with great destructive power which can be detonated even at high altitudes for super-powerful EMP attack.'
     
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    WHY KOREAN TENSIONS SHOULD SOON EASE - effect on Dollar and Precious Metals...
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    The tensions centered on the Korean peninsula should soon ease, leading to a rally in the dollar and a (mild) reaction in Precious Metals and other commodities like copper, for reasons that we will consider in this essay. There can be no denying that what we have previously referred to as “The Empire” is intent on world domination. The evidence is there for all to see in the form of a vast network of military bases spread across the globe, and a history of invasion of various countries by the Empire in recent years in pursuit of its geopolitical objectives.
     
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    IS NORTH KOREA IS AN PENTAGON VASSAL STATE || WARTHOG 2017
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    If it weren’t for the fact that he is absolute dictator of a country with a formidable army and nuclear missile technology, North Korean President Kim Jong Un, the 290 pound, 32 year-old ruler would be a clown figure. Unfortunately for world peace, Kim Jong Un, while he is playing games with his rockets and threats of war, is serving the long-term interests of the USA, especially the military industrial complex, the Pentagon and State Department, whose priority increasingly is to make an Asia Pivot of military power projection to contain and isolate the Peoples’ Republic of China as well as Russia.


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    North Korea says it will 'tame the US gangsters' and threatens to inflict the 'greatest pain and suffering' if they impose fresh and stricter sanctions at the UN
    • UN Security Council to discuss a new draft resolution presented by Washington
    • Detonation last Sunday was the country's largest and prompted global outrage
    • US calling for an oil embargo on Pyongyang and an assets freeze on Kim Jong-Un
    • North Korea says it needs nuclear arms to protect itself, but the US has accused the country of 'begging for war'


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    UN unanimously adopts tougher sanctions on North Korea
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    The United Nations Security Council has unanimously approved a new resolution, banning North Korea’s textile exports and capping its oil imports following Pyongyang’s sixth nuclear test conducted last week. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8mxp
     
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    North Korea threatens to 'reduce the US to ashes' and 'sink Japan into the sea' as satellite images suggest Kim Jong-un is preparing another nuclear test
    • North Korea threatens to reduce 'Yankees' to 'ashes and dust' after sanctions
    • Also hits out at 'wicked Japs' and says country 'should be sunk' by a nuke
    • Comes as US defense officials said regime has spent last 48 hours moving mobile missile launchers into position and preparing fixed sites for launch
    • Elsewhere new satellite imagery of the Punggye-ri nuclear test site was released
    • It suggests part of the underground base collapsed after last test, but that new areas are now being prepared to carry out future explosions


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    North Korea launches ANOTHER missile over Japan in the Pacific as regime taunts the world - and this time Seoul swiftly retaliates with its own test
    • North Korea has launched another missile - this time flying straight over Japan
    • It was fired from Sunan district of the Stalinist dictatorship's capital, Pyongyang
    • The South Korean and US militaries are now analysing the details of the launch
    • It comes as North Korea threatened to nuke Japan after latest round of sanctions
    • In response to the launch, Japanese said they will not tolerate more provocation
    • South Korea, meanwhile, launched one of its missiles into the sea in response


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    Trump stands in front of nuclear bomber to warn Kim Jong-Un that when America's Air Force is overhead enemies 'know the day of reckoning has arrived'
    • President Trump spoke to Air Force personnel against the backdrop of a nuclear-capable B-2 stealth bomber
    • He warned North Korea that 'nothing inspires more confidence in our friends, or strikes more fear in the hearts of our enemies, than the sight of American war planes on the horizon'
    • Kim Jong-Un test-launched his latest missile on Friday, launching it a long enough distance to hit the U.S. territory of Guam
    • Trump said the U.S. could mount an 'overwhelming' military response if provoked
    • 'When our enemies hear the F-35's engines, when they're roaring overhead, their souls will tremble and they will know the day of reckoning has arrived,' he said


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    President Trump taunts 'Rocket Man' Kim Jong-un about 'long gas lines forming in North Korea' as he claims sanctions are beginning to bite
    • The President tweeted the jibe at dictator Kim after he and South Korean President Moon Jae-in discussed the escalating threat posed by North Korea
    • 'I spoke with President Moon of South Korea last night,' he tweeted. 'Asked him how Rocket Man is doing. Long gas lines forming in North Korea. Too bad!'
    • Tweet comes after the UN approved additional sanctions including on oil
    • UN Ambassador Nikki Haley says Security Council has 'exhausted' its options
    • Rex Tillerson says US seeks dialogue with Kim but warns military option viable


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