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G7 makes 'substantial progress' on trade talks – French source - pppFocus;

G7 makes 'substantial progress' on trade talks – French source - pppFocus

pppFocusG7 makes 'substantial progress' on trade talks – French sourcepppFocusThe chairman of the European Union's council says there is “no doubt that this will be the most challenging G-7 summit in years”. Security questions dominated initial G7 discussion on Friday and the leaders called on internet service providers and ...and more »

US to test ballistic missile defences amid rising threat from North Korea - International Business Times UK;

US to test ballistic missile defences amid rising threat from North Korea - International Business Times UK

International Business Times UKUS to test ballistic missile defences amid rising threat from North KoreaInternational Business Times UKFor the first time the United States will conduct a test to shoot down an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) amid rising tensions with North Korea. The test will involve the firing of a missile aimed for the US mainland as the rogue state ...and more »

North Korea missile tests poses new levels of threat to international peace: G7 nations - Daily News & Analysis;

North Korea missile tests poses new levels of threat to international peace: G7 nations - Daily News & Analysis

Daily News & AnalysisNorth Korea missile tests poses new levels of threat to international peace: G7 nationsDaily News & AnalysisG7 leaders today described North Korea's recent nuclear and missile tests as a grave threat and said they were ready to take new measures to contain it. "North Korea, a top priority in the international agenda, increasingly poses new levels of threat ...and more »

A US attack on North Korea would be catastrophic — but the US might still do it - Business Insider;

A US attack on North Korea would be catastrophic — but the US might still do it - Business Insider

Business InsiderA US attack on North Korea would be catastrophic — but the US might still do itBusiness InsiderKim Jong Un Missile This image made from video of an undated still image broadcast in a news bulletin by North Korea's KRT on Monday, May 15, 2017, shows leader Kim Jong Un at what was said to be a missile test site at an undisclosed location in North ...and more »

G-7 says N. Korea poses threat of 'grave nature': reports - Yonhap News

G-7 says N. Korea poses threat of 'grave nature': reportsYonhap NewsSEOUL, May 27 (Yonhap) -- The Group of Seven (G-7) member countries on Saturday said North Korea poses an increasing threat to the peace and stability of the international community, according to news reports. "North Korea, a top priority in the ...and more »

U.S. and Japan agree to expand sanctions on North Korea - Blasting News

U.S. and Japan agree to expand sanctions on North KoreaBlasting NewsIn an effort to halt North Korea's nuclear ambition, U.S. and Japan agree to expand sanctions on Pyongyang. your video is almost ready... World leader who appeared to be shoved by Trump explains what happened · Melania, Donald Trump ripped on Twitter ...and more »

Leery of North Korea, US plans first test of ICBM intercept - Plainview Daily Herald;

Leery of North Korea, US plans first test of ICBM intercept - Plainview Daily Herald

Plainview Daily HeraldLeery of North Korea, US plans first test of ICBM interceptPlainview Daily HeraldFILE - In this May 21, 2107 file photo people watch a TV news program showing a file image of a missile launch conducted by North Korea, at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea. With North Korea's nuclear missile threat in mind, the Pentagon ...and more »

Trump will engage Pyongyang

Trump will engage Pyongyang "under certain circumstances", S. Korean envoy says - ClickLancashire

ClickLancashireTrump will engage Pyongyang "under certain circumstances", S. Korean envoy saysClickLancashireSouth Korea's newly inaugurated President Moon Jae-in has admitted that there was a "high possibility" of a war with North Korea over the latter's ongoing provocations, even though he is known to favor engagement rather than a harsher stance vis-à-vis ...and more »

North Korea's Kim rejects olive branch from Trump - pppFocus;

North Korea's Kim rejects olive branch from Trump - pppFocus

pppFocusNorth Korea's Kim rejects olive branch from TrumppppFocusUnder the leadership of third-generation dictator Kim Jong Un, North Korea has been speeding up its pursuit of a decades-long goal of developing nuclear-armed missiles capable of reaching the USA mainland. “I do not think that it is the proper timing ...and more »

Fact Check: How Bad Was Trump's Dishing About Nuclear Subs to Duterte? - The Weekly Standard

Fact Check: How Bad Was Trump's Dishing About Nuclear Subs to Duterte?The Weekly StandardThe morning after the Washington Post and the Intercept linked to a leaked transcript of President Trump's late April phone call with Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte, reports surfaced alleging that Trump had given Duterte sensitive intel about ...and more »

US military to test anti-ICBM system - The Manila Times

US military to test anti-ICBM systemThe Manila TimesWASHINGTON, D.C.: The US military will try to intercept an intercontinental ballistic missile in a landmark test of a defense system that comes amid broad tensions over North Korea's weapons program, the Pentagon said Friday. Scheduled for Tuesday, the ...and more »

Korea OKs civilian contact with North Korea over malaria - pppFocus;

Korea OKs civilian contact with North Korea over malaria - pppFocus

pppFocusKorea OKs civilian contact with North Korea over malariapppFocusThe South Korean government on Friday approved a request by a non-governmental organization to make contact with North Koreans, the first since the inauguration of the Moon Jae-in government earlier in the month. Cheng also criticized China for ...and more »

Korea, US plans first ICBM intercept test - Normangee Star;

Korea, US plans first ICBM intercept test - Normangee Star

Normangee StarKorea, US plans first ICBM intercept testNormangee StarThe Pentagon is planning its first test of a system for shooting down an intercontinental-range missile. While U.S. officials believe Pyongyang is some years away from mastering re-entry expertise for perfecting an ICBM, it is making advances. Acting ...and more »

US to launch 'first ever' missile test to counter Pyongyang - New Kerala

US to launch 'first ever' missile test to counter PyongyangNew KeralaWashington D.C. [USA], May 27 : The Pentagon has announced plans to test its first-of-its-kind missile intercept in the next week that would involve shooting down an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) - similar to what North Korea recently launched.and more »

US Plans Missile Defense Test Amid Concern Over North Korea - AppsforPCdaily;

US Plans Missile Defense Test Amid Concern Over North Korea - AppsforPCdaily

AppsforPCdailyUS Plans Missile Defense Test Amid Concern Over North KoreaAppsforPCdailyBut one week earlier, North Korea tested a KN-17 medium range ballistic missile, the first successful launch of its kind for the nation. The Ministry of Unification approved private person-to-person contact with North Koreans by approving the ...and more »

In the United States will have its first system to intercept Intercontinental missiles - www.MICEtimes.asia (press release);

In the United States will have its first system to intercept Intercontinental missiles - www.MICEtimes.asia (press release)

www.MICEtimes.asia (press release)In the United States will have its first system to intercept Intercontinental missileswww.MICEtimes.asia (press release)On Tuesday, may 30, the U.S. military will test the system to intercept Intercontinental ballistic missiles. As the newspaper notes, the decision was made amid rising tensions over the weapons programme of North Korea. It is also reported that the ...and more »

US diplomat: China tightened border controls with North Korea - pppFocus;

US diplomat: China tightened border controls with North Korea - pppFocus

pppFocusUS diplomat: China tightened border controls with North KoreapppFocusSouth Carolina Republican U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson has introduced a bill that would require the Treasury Department to issue a mandatory license for travel to and from North Korea. The only hurdle left, Stewart said in a hearing before the Senate Armed ...and more »

Kim Jong-Un's weapons guru, rocket scientist and air force general always pictured celebrating North Korea missile tests - The Sun;

Kim Jong-Un's weapons guru, rocket scientist and air force general always pictured celebrating North Korea missile tests - The Sun

The SunKim Jong-Un's weapons guru, rocket scientist and air force general always pictured celebrating North Korea missile testsThe SunAFTER successful missile launches, North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un often exchanges smiles and hugs with the same three men and shares a celebratory smoke with them. The three are of great interest to Western security and intelligence agencies since ...and more »

THAAD Missile Defense System Expected to Top US-South Korea Summit Agenda - AppsforPCdaily;

THAAD Missile Defense System Expected to Top US-South Korea Summit Agenda - AppsforPCdaily

AppsforPCdailyTHAAD Missile Defense System Expected to Top US-South Korea Summit AgendaAppsforPCdailyThese "indicate a very unsafe condition, and pressure is not high enough" to change the course of Pyongyang's behavior, Vincent K. Brooks, the commander of U.S. Forces Korea (USFK), said at a security forum in Seoul. In all, six sets of sanctions have ...and more »

U.S. Congressmen Propose Ban On Tourist Travel To North Korea - The Inquisitr;

U.S. Congressmen Propose Ban On Tourist Travel To North Korea - The Inquisitr

The InquisitrU.S. Congressmen Propose Ban On Tourist Travel To North KoreaThe InquisitrU.S. lawmakers have proposed a ban aimed to prevent American tourists from traveling to North Korea. On Thursday, two congressmen introduced a new bill that would ban recreational visits to the reclusive state amid the increasing tensions between the ...and more »