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China Will Limit Oil Exports to North Korea, Ban LNG

China Will Limit Oil Exports to North Korea, Ban LNG

The administration said in a statement on its website that the quake, which occurred around 08:30 GMT, was recorded a depth of zero kilometres. Satellite photos of the area after the Sept 3 quake showed numerous landslides apparently caused by the massive blast, which North Korea said was an advanced hydrogen bomb.


Earthquake Detected in North Korea

Earthquake Detected in North Korea

The natural disaster was detected in Kilju county in North Hamgyong Province, where North Korea's known Punggyeri nuclear site is located, the official said. "He will be tested like never before", Trump added. Resuming peace talks was just as much a part of the United Nations resolutions as enforcing sanctions, Wang said, according to a statement issued by China's Foreign Ministry late on Friday.


Governor Cuomo Goes To Puerto Rico To Assist Storm Aftermath

Governor Cuomo Goes To Puerto Rico To Assist Storm Aftermath

But we would hope he'd instead be devoting that time to solving the state's many problems and listening to the concerns of New Yorkers here in NY. In addition, NY will be delivering a variety of emergency supplies on a plane donated by JetBlue .


'N. Korea Will be Destroyed if it Continues Reckless Behavior'

'N. Korea Will be Destroyed if it Continues Reckless Behavior'

New U.N. sanctions cut oil exports to North Korea . North Korea confirmed that it conducted another medium-range ballistic missile test on Friday. "That is where the rockets and missiles are coming from". The US envoy added that the President wasn't joking when he threatened the rogue nation with " fire and fury ".


Kenya's Supreme Court criticises IEBC electoral commission

Kenya's Supreme Court criticises IEBC electoral commission

The Supreme Court had ruled that the re-run would have to take place within 60 days of the previous vote and set a new election date for October 17 . "Were it so, there would not be any election in this country, or even the world, that would withstand judicial scrutiny", said Chief Justice David Maraga.


Labour's Ardern Says Still a Lot in Play in New Zealand Election

Labour's Ardern Says Still a Lot in Play in New Zealand Election

With nearly 88 percent of the vote counted, the ruling National Party was on 46.3 percent and Labour on 35.7 percent, meaning both are likely to need the support of the anti-immigration New Zealand First to gain office. There were 3.2 million New Zealanders registered to vote in the poll, with a record 1.2 million of them opting to cast ballots early. "This is going to come down to whether or not people turn out and vote", she said Friday.