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North Korea Fires Short-Range Missiles in Apparent Failed Test

North Korea Fires Short-Range Missiles in Apparent Failed Test

South Korea's Joint Chief of Staff said that the projectiles shot on Saturday flew 250 kilometers (155 miles) in a northeasterly direction. It's unclear where the three missiles fired Saturday were targeted, although the U.S. Tensions had eased somewhat since a harsh exchange of words between Pyongyang and Washington after U.S. President Donald Trump had warned North Korean leader Kim Jong Un he would face "fire and fury" if he threatened the United States.


What Kind of Missiles Did North Korea Launch on August 26?

What Kind of Missiles Did North Korea Launch on August 26?

It said South Korea and US militaries were analyzing the launch and didn't immediately provide more details. One of the three missiles blew up "almost immediately"، with none of the weapons posing a threat to either North America or the USA territory of Guam، the spokesman said.


N. Korean missile launches apparently failed, PACOM says

N. Korean missile launches apparently failed, PACOM says

The second missile "appears to have blown up nearly immediately", Pacific Command said. North Korea this week said the exercises were evidence that the United States planned to invade North Korea . The new and untested designs, labeled as the Pukguksong-3 and the Hwasong-13, appear to be for new types of intercontinental ballistic missiles . North Korea has still issued angry statements about the exercises, saying most recently that they were evidence that the United States ...


Flooding rain risk with Harvey much of this week

Flooding rain risk with Harvey much of this week

Harvey is expected to float around in Texas over the next few days, making the threat of flooding the worst part of the storm hereon out. Depending on the track of Harvey, rain chances will vary in the Big Country. Highs will be in the mid to upper 80's. The flood risk along with the possibility of tropical storm conditions.winds gusting to 35-45 miles per hour in squalls, tides increasing back to 2-4 feet along the coast, will all be possible by Wednesday, perhaps lasting into Thursday.


Trump wants to lift ban on giving military equipment to police

Trump wants to lift ban on giving military equipment to police

The Associated Press report states that there are documents to indicate the U.S President may sign an executive order reversing a 2015 directive laid down during the last administration which limits police access to military-grade equipment such as "grenade launchers, bayonets, tracked armored vehicles, weaponised aircraft and vehicles, firearms and ammunition of.50-caliber or greater, bullet-proof vests and riot shields".


Merkel to Continue Refugee Policy in Germany

Merkel to Continue Refugee Policy in Germany

Merkel during the interview continued to defend that decision. But the 63-year-old has lashed out at critics, admitting she would react "the same way again" if a similar crisis erupted. 'It will take time and patience but we will succeed'. She added that it is "not on" for places such as Greece and Italy to accept more migrants "because of their location".