Pentagon chief Mattis disputes suggestions that he and Trump do not see eye-to-eye - Washington Post

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis disputed Thursday that there is daylight between him and President Trump on key issues while acknowledging there is little he can do about such characterizations. Mattis, speaking to reporters at the Pentagon, cited several ...

North Korea sentences South Korean journalists to death in absentia - BNO News

A North Korean court will sentence four South Korean journalists to death in absentia for writing a book review in which a photo with edited North Korean symbols was visible, the country's state-run news agency reported on Thursday.

US War With North Korea Could Be Deadliest Conflict In History, Germany Warns - Yahoo News UK

Germany's foreign minister has warned that a military showdown between the U.S. and North Korea could result in more casualties than World War II, the deadliest conflict mankind has ever seen. Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel called for a peaceful ...

Ambassador Hill: NKorea Has 'Zero Interest in Negotiation' - Newsline

North Korea, by shooting a missile over Japan earlier this week, showed again that it has “zero interest in negotiation,” and it's time for China to quit lecturing the United States about the need to calm down, former Ambassador Christopher Hill said ...

Satellite reveals North Korea nuclear test could come "at any time" as fears grow over September 9 anniversary date - Mirror.co.uk

A new nuclear missile test by North Korea could be carried out "at any time" as fears grow that crazy Kim Jong-un could launch an atomic bomb drill NEXT WEEK. North Korea tested its fifth and most recent nuclear missile on September 9 last year on the ...

North Korea Sentences Two South Korean Journalists To Death Over a Book Review - Yahoo News UK

North Korea's Central Court has sentenced two South Korean journalists and two media executives to death for reviewing a book that outlines a sprawling undergound capitalist economy in the secretive Communist state. In an article on North Korean state ...