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North Korea Says Trump Lit 'Fuse of War', Russian News Agency Reports

13 October 2017, 12:38 | Joann Bryant

A U-2S ultra-high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft operated by the US Air Force lands at Osan Air Base during the drills

A U-2S ultra-high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft operated by the US Air Force lands at Osan Air Base during the drills

This photo, taken October 12, 2017, shows South Korean businessmen who ran factories at a now-shuttered joint industrial complex in the North Korean border city of Kaesong. In August, Pyongyang threatened to fire intermediate-range missiles towards the vicinity of Guam, a US Pacific territory that is frequently subjected to sabre-rattling from the North. She described herself as a moderate Republican but voiced anxiety about how North Korea might respond to Trump's tough talk and tweets.

On Monday, Trump's Defense Secretary James Mattis said at the annual meeting of the Association of the United States Army that the U.S. Army should "be ready" for a potential war with North Korea.

Australia's foreign and defense ministers visited the heavily fortified inter-Korean border Thursday and emphasized the need to inflict "maximum diplomatic pressure" to rein in North Korea's nuclear ambition.

Two-thirds of Americans said they are very or extremely concerned about the threat North Korea's nuclear weapons program poses to the US.

It remains unclear whether North Korea is holding official celebrations for the party anniversary or if its leader Kim Jong-Un is making any public appearances for the occasion.

Some 235 gigabytes of military documents were taken from South Korea's Defence Integrated Data Centre in September previous year, Democratic Party representative Rhee Cheol-hee said in radio appearances on Wednesday, citing information from unidentified South Korean defence officials.

In addition to the missile tests, it has conducted six nuclear tests since 2006, including the most powerful one on September 3.

To make the complex fully operational again, North Korea would also be hard pressed to replace the electricity supply that came from South Korea, according to the Kaesong business owners.




They staged a simulated air-to-ground missile firing drill with two F-15K fighters over the East Sea and flew across the peninsula, Yonhap news agency reported. The US said Japan's Air Force also took part in the drill.

The drills were conducted not long after Lee broke the news about the alleged cyberattacks to reporters.

Ri has previously called Trump "President Evil" and his comments are likely to fuel an escalating war of words between the U.S. president and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

"Our country has been unsuccessfully dealing with North Korea for 25 years, giving billions of dollars & getting nothing".

Pyongyang has denied responsibility for the cyberattacks in its state media, criticising Seoul for "fabricating" claims about online attacks.

Outside governments and worldwide human rights organizations say Kim rules as a tyrant over a largely malnourished and abused population while enjoying a luxurious lifestyle backed up by a weapons program almost advanced enough to viably target the US mainland with nuclear-tipped missiles.

Rhee said the hackers stole 235 gigabytes of data, almost 80 percent of which hasn't been identified yet. Other stolen data included contingency plans for South Korean special forces and information on military facilities and power plants, he said.

This is the second time since Trump's fiery U.N. General Assembly speech that North Korea vocally accused the US of declaring war on its country. North Korea routinely denies responsibility.



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