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12 October 2017, 05:11 | Devin Moran
NUCLEAR WAR Tensions have been rising over North Korea's repeated missile tests
Mr Trump tweeted on Sunday that only "one thing would work" to stop North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's regime from further developing a nuclear arsenal aimed at hitting the United States mainland.
The two U.S. Air Force B-1B bombers were joined by two F-15K fighters from the South Korean military after leaving their base in Guam, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement on Wednesday.
North Korean hackers have allegedly stolen large cache of military documents from South Korea including a plan to assassinate their North's leader Kim Jong-un. North Korean officials told the South their soldiers shouted warnings, but the tourist didn't respond even after they fired a warning shot.
Also, a top Central Intelligence Agency official for the Korean Peninsula, said that the United States was expecting some new provocation from Kim on October 10.
South Korean defence authorities on yesterday said the bombers staged a simulated air-to-ground missile firing drill with two South Korean fighters over the Sea of Japan (East Sea).
The B-1Bs also conducted exercises with Japan's Air Force in what the United States statement called a "sequenced bilateral mission".
The compromised documents include wartime contingency plans drawn up by the US and South Korea and also include reports to the allies' senior commanders, Rhee Cheol-hee, a South Korean lawmaker was quoted as saying BBC Tuesday.
Analysts believed such a test could take place on Tuesday-which could be Monday in the USA due to the time difference-marking the founding of North Korea's communist Worker's Party.
The vessels are the first to be designated under stepped-up sanctions imposed on North Korea by the 15-member council in August and September over two long-range ballistic missile launches and Pyongyang's sixth and largest nuclear test.
"We reiterated our support for our collective strategy of maximum diplomatic and economic pressure on North Korea so it will be compelled to return to the negotiating table".
On Saturday, Trump made a similar comment on Twitter about how negotiations have failed for 25 years and said "only one thing will work" with North Korea.
China's influential Global Times tabloid expressed alarm at how far the rhetoric on both sides had gone and how it had increased the risk of a "fatal misjudgement".
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