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North Korea reportedly conducted another rocket-engine test last week as it seeks to develop a missile that could reach the U.S. mainland, while concern rose that the reclusive country is poised to carry out its sixth nuclear test. [Read More]
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WASHINGTON DC: North Korea has carried out another test of a rocket engine that US officials believe could be part of its programme to develop an intercontinental ballistic missile, officials told Re... [Read More]
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Ten students are helping contribute to the rescue of North Korean refugees through fundraising. [Read More]
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Malaysia confirms Kim Jong Nam's identity through DNA sample A Malaysian official says authorities have used DNA to confirm the identity of Kim Jon Nam, the murdered half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.Police say the other three, including a North Korean diplomat and an employee of Air Koryo, North Korea's state airline, are believed to be in the North Korean Embassy in Kuala Lumpur.The Malaysian government canceled its visa waiver program with... [Read More]
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Six weeks after the airport assassination of Kim Jong-Nam, Malaysia on Tuesday said it was still waiting for family to claim the body, denying rumours it had been sent back to Pyongyang.The half-brother of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un was poisoned with the lethal nerve agent VX in a brazen Cold War-style assassination on February 13 in Kuala Lumpur International Airport."There have been a lot of rumours that the body was cremated but we would not do this without the responsible parties giving us directives or agreement," Health Minister S. Subramaniam told reporters.In recent days, there has been some... [Read More]
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US officials say North Korea carried out another test of a rocket engine on Friday. [Read More]
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The body of Kim Jong Nam, who was murdered in Malaysia last month, is still in Kuala Lumpur, health minister Health Minister Subramaniam Sathasivam said on Tuesday, amid reports the remains of the estranged half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will soon leave the country. [Read More]
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JAPANESE officials want to develop missiles to bomb North Korea before Kim Jong-un "destroys their country". [Read More]
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North Korea has carried out another test of a rocket engine that U.S. officials believe could lead to an intercontinental ballistic missile... [Read More]
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North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programs have advanced so far and so fast that they are an existential threat to Japan and South Korea and soon will threaten the continental United States. What better reminder that we shouldn't wait until the threat is grave to put intense pressure on extremist aggressor regimes. Calling North Korea our greatest immediate threat, and initiating an urgent policy review, the Trump administration is considering how to do just that. UN Representative Nikki Haley and others have stressed that all options are on the table and that we will not waver in our... [Read More]
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Any North Korea attack would be blocked from striking targets, the U.S. State Department said Monday. [Read More]
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North Korea conducted yet another ballistic missile engine test, media reported Tuesday citing two US defense officials. [Read More]
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Two US defense officials told CNN Monday that North Korea conducted another ballistic missile engine test Friday. [Read More]
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Congressman Ted Yoho is sponsoring a pair of bills that could punish North Korea, as well as federal employees.Yoho, R-Gainesville, is listed as a co-sponsor to a bipartisan bill (H.R.1644) introduced by Rep. Ed Royce, R-Calif., which calls to enhance sanctions on North Korea. Reps. Eliot Engel, D-N.Y., and Brad Sherman, D-Calif., are also listed as co-sponsors.The legislation, which adds to last year's North Korea Sanctions and Policy Enhancement Act, could deter North Korea's... [Read More]
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The latest test follows one earlier this month, and is another sign of Pyongyang's advancing weapons programme. It comes amid mounting US concerns... [Read More]
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Joel Gehrke Pentagon officials are sending America's newest strike fighter to South Korea, where they will participate in war games and strengthen the U.S. military's capabilities at a time of historic tensions with North Korea. "This is the first time we have operated the F-35B in the Republic of Korea," Pentagon spokesman Jeff Davis, a U.S. Navy captain, told reporters Monday. That announcement came just as North Korea is pursuing an aggressive schedule of nuclear weapons program tests. [Read More]
Pentagon officials are sending America's newest strike fighter to South Korea, where they will participate in war games and strengthen the U.S. military's capabilities at a time of historic tensions with North Korea. This is the first time we have operated the F-35B in the Republic of Korea, Pentagon spokesman Jeff Davis, a U.S. Navy captain, told reporters Monday. That announcement came just as North Korea is pursuing an aggressive schedule of nuclear weapons program tests. The regime reportedly tested a ballistic missile engine on Friday, including technology that could possibly be used in an eventual intercontinental ballistic missile,... [Read More]
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A trio of Montreal amateur hockey players left their beer league behind for a week for a chance to play hockey in the most reclusive country in the world — North Korea. [Read More]
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With North Korea threatening its sixth nuclear test, and the pace of its ballistic-missile tests quickening, Pyongyang's global threat is ever more imminent. Twenty-five years of self-defeating American efforts to negotiate with the world's only hereditary Communist dictatorship have, not surprisingly, proven fruitless. The North's persistence and duplicity, U.S. naivete ... [Read More]
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North Korea has carried out another test of a rocket engine that U.S. officials believe could be part of its program to develop an intercontinental ballist... [Read More]
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