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North Korea ICBM still facing technical hurdles: US expert - Yahoo Singapore News

North Korea ICBM still facing technical hurdles: US expertYahoo Singapore NewsNorth Korea could field a nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile able to strike America by next year, but Pyongyang must first overcome important technological hurdles, a US expert warned Monday. North Korea has alarmed the international ...and more »

Up to US, North Korea to ease tensions: China - SBS;

Up to US, North Korea to ease tensions: China - SBS

SBSUp to US, North Korea to ease tensions: ChinaSBSChina hit back on Monday after US President Donald Trump tweeted he was 'very disappointed' in China following North Korea's latest missile test, saying the problem did not arise in China and that all sides need to work for a solution. Source: Reuters.and more »

North Korea can hit most of United States: US officials - Reuters;

North Korea can hit most of United States: US officials - Reuters

ReutersNorth Korea can hit most of United States: US officialsReutersNorth Korean leader Kim Jong Un guides the second test-fire of ICBM Hwasong-14. KCNA via Reuters. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - North Korea's latest test of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) has shown that Pyongyang now may be able to reach ...and more »

Trump, North Korea and China's choice - Chicago Tribune;

Trump, North Korea and China's choice - Chicago Tribune

Chicago TribuneTrump, North Korea and China's choiceChicago TribuneThe missile launched July 28 from Mupyong-ni in Chagang province, in northern North Korea and flew about 45 minutes. (Sign up for our free video newsletter here http://bit.ly/2n6VKPR). Editorial Board. North Korea recently launched a missile that ...and more »

North Korea May Have Tried to Attack Japan, Kim Jong Un Missile Launch Photo Shows - Newsweek;

North Korea May Have Tried to Attack Japan, Kim Jong Un Missile Launch Photo Shows - Newsweek

NewsweekNorth Korea May Have Tried to Attack Japan, Kim Jong Un Missile Launch Photo ShowsNewsweekNorth Korea is generally known as a place that likes to keep secrets, but its propaganda arm may have inadvertently let loose something huge—that the country's first intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) was supposed to land within Japanese territory.and more »

Trump Says Administration Will 'Handle' North Korea After Latest Missile Test - Western Journalism;

Trump Says Administration Will 'Handle' North Korea After Latest Missile Test - Western Journalism

Western JournalismTrump Says Administration Will 'Handle' North Korea After Latest Missile TestWestern JournalismPresident Donald Trump promised Monday that his administration will “handle” North Korea, just days after the nation conducted another test of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM). “We'll handle North Korea. We'll be able to handle North Korea.and more »

Rinse And Repeat: US Strategy On North Korea Is Going Nowhere - The Daily Caller

Rinse And Repeat: US Strategy On North Korea Is Going NowhereThe Daily CallerThe U.S. is responding to North Korean provocations with the same thinking that has allowed the problem to persist for decades. The threat is growing, as North Korea has nuclear weapons and an intercontinental ballistic missile that leading experts ...and more »

US Antimissile system is 15 for 15 in missile shoot down tests since 2005 - Next Big Future;

US Antimissile system is 15 for 15 in missile shoot down tests since 2005 - Next Big Future

Next Big FutureUS Antimissile system is 15 for 15 in missile shoot down tests since 2005Next Big FutureDespite the proximity of these two recent THAAD tests to successive North Korean ballistic missile launches, the MDA had long accounted for this type of testing in the 2017 fiscal year. Additionally, THAAD has no capability against the missiles North ...and more »

China says US and North Korea are key to peace -- not Beijing - CTV News;

China says US and North Korea are key to peace -- not Beijing - CTV News

CTV NewsChina says US and North Korea are key to peace -- not BeijingCTV NewsThe United States and North Korea hold "the primary responsibility" for de-escalating tensions and negotiating peace on the Korean Peninsula -- not China, Beijing's U.N. ambassador said Monday. Liu Jieyi said that if Washington and Pyongyang refuse to ...and more »

North Korea unveils 'Hotel of Doom' after decades of delays - New York Post;

North Korea unveils 'Hotel of Doom' after decades of delays - New York Post

New York PostNorth Korea unveils 'Hotel of Doom' after decades of delaysNew York PostPYONGYANG, North Korea — While North Korea's second launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile dominated headlines late last week, Pyongyang quietly unveiled renovations around the capital's biggest landmark: a futuristic, pyramid-shaped 105 ...and more »

What's Left to Sanction in North Korea? - The Atlantic;

What's Left to Sanction in North Korea? - The Atlantic

The AtlanticWhat's Left to Sanction in North Korea?The AtlanticThe Trump administration's public response to North Korea's latest ICBM test has been to criticize China for not doing enough to pressure its client in Pyongyang. President Trump said China was doing “nothing” on North Korea while “our foolish past ...and more »

China: US, North Korea should ease tensions themselves - Aljazeera.com;

China: US, North Korea should ease tensions themselves - Aljazeera.com

Aljazeera.comChina: US, North Korea should ease tensions themselvesAljazeera.comBeijing's efforts to reduce North Korea tensions will not yield practical results, says China's UN envoy. 31 Jul 2017 19:42 GMT. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. The US has been in talks with China on a draft Security Council resolution [Carlo ...and more »

US must ease North Korea tensions: China - Newshub;

US must ease North Korea tensions: China - Newshub

NewshubUS must ease North Korea tensions: ChinaNewshubThe United States hold the primary responsibility in resolving the tensions with North Korea. Photo credit: Getty. China's UN ambassador says it is primarily up to the United States and North Korea, not Beijing, to reduce tensions and work toward ...and more »

Why doesn't South Korea have nuclear weapons? For a time, it pursued them - Stars and Stripes;

Why doesn't South Korea have nuclear weapons? For a time, it pursued them - Stars and Stripes

Stars and StripesWhy doesn't South Korea have nuclear weapons? For a time, it pursued themStars and StripesNorth Korea has nuclear weapons and — if its ever-advancing ballistic missile program is any indication — it wants to keep open the possibility of using them against adversaries. So why shouldn't South Korea have nuclear weapons, too? The question ...and more »

Time for talks on N Korea 'is over' - The Daily Star;

Time for talks on N Korea 'is over' - The Daily Star

The Daily StarTime for talks on N Korea 'is over'The Daily StarThe time for talk on North Korea is "over", the United States said, spurning a UN response to Pyongyang's latest ICBM launch in favour of bomber flights and missile defence system tests. Nikki Haley, the US envoy to the United Nations, said there was ...and more »

'Time for talk is OVER' America and China must toughen North Korea approach, says diplomat - Express.co.uk;

'Time for talk is OVER' America and China must toughen North Korea approach, says diplomat - Express.co.uk

Express.co.uk'Time for talk is OVER' America and China must toughen North Korea approach, says diplomatExpress.co.ukA TOUGHER approach to North Korea is needed to combat Kim Jong-un growing in confidence, an American diplomat has warned. By Joey Millar. PUBLISHED: 19:36, Mon, Jul 31, 2017 | UPDATED: 19:46, Mon, Jul 31, 2017 ...and more »

North Korea CRISIS: Watch US rocket blow missile out of sky in show of strength - Daily Star;

North Korea CRISIS: Watch US rocket blow missile out of sky in show of strength - Daily Star

Daily StarNorth Korea CRISIS: Watch US rocket blow missile out of sky in show of strengthDaily StarTHE US has flexed its military muscles in response to North Korea's latest long-range missile test. By Peter Truman / Published 31st July 2017. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. 0:00. Progress: 0%. 0:00 ...and more »

North Korea ICBM test Friday was its longest ballistic missile flight - ABC News;

North Korea ICBM test Friday was its longest ballistic missile flight - ABC News

ABC NewsNorth Korea ICBM test Friday was its longest ballistic missile flightABC NewsFriday's intercontinental ballistic missile test by North Korea was the longest flight of a ballistic missile in the country's history, Pentagon spokesman Capt. Jeff Davis confirmed Monday. The North Korean ICBM traveled 1,000 kilometers, or 620 miles ...and more »

Keane: Kim Jong Un Not 'Irrational,' But Miscalculating Trump - Newsmax

Keane: Kim Jong Un Not 'Irrational,' But Miscalculating TrumpNewsmax... [email protected]_jackkeane: Kim Jong Un is miscalculating how the U.S. will react to his advances. President Trump is really going to stand up to him. pic.twitter.com/8o9LvhiL8B. — FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) July 31, 2017. Fox News' "Fox & Friends"/Twitter.and more »

Donald Trump: 'We will handle North Korea' - UPI.com;

Donald Trump: 'We will handle North Korea' - UPI.com

UPI.comDonald Trump: 'We will handle North Korea'UPI.comPresident Donald Trump (C) speaks Monday during a Cabinet meeting at the White House, including (L-R) Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Defense Secretary James Mattis, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao.and more »