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Kim Jong-un is NOT afraid of Trump’s 'fire and fury’ – ex-White House staffer reveals why

Jon Wolfsthal, who served in the White House under former president Barack Obama, believes that after years of tensions North Korea sees the threats from the US as empty. Mr Wolfsthal said: “Kim has learned plenty from us in his short life, and probably absorbed plenty of advice from his late father. “He is likely to view Donald Trump much like his predecessors—as a president who doesn’t like North Korea’s nuclear capabilities but with few realistic options for stopping it. “After almost 30 years of efforts to prevent a nuclear North Korea, we have demonstrated some patterns; patterns that Kim relies on to guide his decision-making, just as we have come to rely on his patterns to inform ours.” Also Read: China warns North Korea tensions have reached ‘tipping point’
North Korea: China urges Trump not to worsen situationNumerous attempts with sanctions and possible agreements has been seen as little more than a slap on the wrist for North Korea over its nuclear programme. Trying to get i…

Diamondbacks rough up Rich Hill in 7-6 win over Dodgers

PHOENIX (AP) — A.J. Pollock hit a two-run homer and the Arizona Diamondbacks roughed up Rich Hill in his follow-up to a near no-hitter for a 7-6 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday night. Hill (9-6) pitched nine no-hit innings against Pittsburgh on Wednesday, losing the no-hitter and the game on Josh Harrison's walk-off homer in the 10th
The Diamondbacks scored 11 runs to complete a three-game sweep of San Francisco on Sunday and kept hitting after a day off, knocking around Hill in a five-run first inning. Paul Goldschmidt homered and Fernando Rodney allowed a run-scoring single by Chris Taylor in the ninth before closing out his 33rd save. The wild card-leading Diamondbacks have won five straight. Taylor hit a two-run homer and Yasiel Puig a solo shot off Zack Godley (6-7) for the NL West-leading Dodgers, who have lost three in a row for the first time since early June. Los Angeles, which leads the division by 18 games, lost for the first time in 41 games when scoring f…

China warns North Korea tensions have reached ‘tipping point’

China warned that tensions on the Korean peninsula have reached “tipping point” after North Korea Tuesday fired a ballistic missile over Japan, but said the United States and South Korea are partly to blame. Foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying urged all sides to avoid provocations and repeated Beijing’s call for the North to suspend missile tests in return for a halt to US-South Korean military exercises. The situation is “now at a tipping point approaching a crisis. At the same time there is an opportunity to reopen peace talks,” Hua told a regular news briefing. “We hope relevant parties can consider how we can de-escalate the situation on the peninsula and realise peace and stability on the peninsula,” she added. Sirens blared out early Tuesday and text messages were fired off across the north of Japan, warning people in the missile’s flightpath to take cover. Seoul and Washington last week began annual war games which China opposes and are viewed by nuclear-armed Pyongyang …

North Korea: China urges Trump not to worsen situation

China's President Xi Jinping has urged Donald Trump and North Korea to avoid "words and actions" that worsen tensions, state media say. Mr Trump and North Korea have been exchanging hostile rhetoric, with the US president threatening to rain "fire and fury" on the North. But China, North Korea's only major ally, has been urging restraint. A White House statement said the US and China agreed North Koreamust stop "provocative and escalatory behaviour". A statement by North Korea's official KCNA news agency issued on Saturday said the Trump administration "had better talk and act properly," if it did not want "the American empire to meet its tragic doom".
Long-standing tensions over North Korea's nuclear programme worsened when it tested two intercontinental ballistic missiles in July. The regime was also angered by last week's UN decision to increase economic sanctions against it. According to Chinese state media, Mr …

State of emergency declared as white supremacists and neo-Nazis bring chaos to Virginia

virginia’s governor declared a state of emergency on Saturday as hundreds of white supremacists, neo-Nazis and heavily-armed militia members fought running battles against counter-protesters in the city of Charlottesville.  The extremists descended on the quiet southern city for a “Unite the Right” rally but the situation quickly turned violent when they were confronted by activists from the anti-fascist movement known as Antifa.  Some of the far-Right activists wore Nazi symbols and shouted “blood and soil” - a slogan of the Third Reich - as they marched into the city while others carried flags of the Confederacy or imitation viking shields.

Other militia members carried assault rifles and wore military-style body armour, although there were no reports of gunfire during the clashes.  The white supremacists exchanged blows with Left-wing demonstrators and in several cases people were hit with pepper spray. Police in riot gear were unable to calm the situation as the two sides fought i…

North Korea’s missiles can hit most of the US Regions.

UNITED STATES officials have said they believe North Korea’s intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) are now capable of hitting most of the continental United States, after the pariah state conducted another missile test last week. Two US officials who spoke with Reuters anonymously on Monday confirmed North Korea’s “supreme leader” Kim Jong Un wants to develop a nuclear-capable ICBM to deter attacks on his country and gain international legitimacy, not to launch an attack on the US or its allies. Nevertheless, advancements in Pyongyang’s nuclear programme are of grave concern and may force Donald Trump’s administration to act, said the officials. See Also: 5 Times Russia and America Almost Nuked Each Other (And Started World War III)
North Korea said on Saturday it had conducted another successful test of an ICBM that proved its ability to strike America’s mainland. Kim supervised the midnight launch of the missile on Friday night and called it a “stern warning” to the US it would…


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