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United States flies bombers over Korean peninsula

United States flies bombers over Korean peninsula

US President Donald Trump on Tuesday told the UN General Assembly in NY that if war were to break out between the two countries over Pyongyang's nuclear program, "We will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea ". The announcement from Spain comes hours after Kuwait made a decision to expel North Korea's ambassador to the country and other diplomatic officials in a move to limit ties with the country.



US to put more sanctions on N. Korea

China is North Korea's number one trading partner, but the US has often been hesitant to crack down on Chinese banks. While China has voiced anger at North Korea's volley of missile tests in recent months, it fears the consequences of regime collapse in Pyongyang and has repeatedly called for a negotiated solution, with its foreign minister, Wang Yi, urging an end to the "current deepening vicious cycle".


A Big First Is Coming for Marine Corps

A Big First Is Coming for Marine Corps

The unnamed lieutenant completed the three-week combat exercise at the Marine's training center in Twentynine Palms, California on Wednesday - the final graded requirement before graduation. She'll likely prefer to just "do her job", they say, which will be to lead a platoon of infantry Marines. Another four women, including the officer expected to graduate, have attempted to complete the course since 2015, according to the Post .



Rouhani lambastes Trump's United Nations speech

Under the agreement between Iran and six world powers-the USA, the UK, France, China, Germany and Russia-Tehran agreed to curb its nuclear program in exchange for the lifting of economic sanctions. He said that Iran had failed to live up to the expectations of the deal, which expected a more peaceful, stable relationship with the country. USA officials have sent mixed signals about the nuclear agreement hammered out two years ago by Trump's predeccessor Barak Obama.


S.Korea to send N.Korea aid amid tensions

S.Korea to send N.Korea aid amid tensions

South Korea's unification minister Cho Myoung-gyon said that aid should be "separated from political consideration", even as more and more countries respond to calls led by the United States that only strong pressure can force Pyongyang to abandon its military provocations and nuclear weapons program.


N. Korean Diplomat Calls Trump's Threat 'Sound of Dog Barking'

N. Korean Diplomat Calls Trump's Threat 'Sound of Dog Barking'

The rhetorical battle came as outside experts say North Korea is getting closer to achieve its long-stated goal of building nuclear-armed missiles capable hitting anywhere in the US mainland. Mr Trump said on Thursday the USA will impose additional sanctions over the communist country's nuclear weapons build-up. The remark indicated fresh openness for talks with Pyongyang, despite his insistence earlier this month that "talking is not the answer".