U.S. President Donald Trump on Nov. 10 said the Asia-Pacific region was being held hostage by the “twisted fantasies” of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, as he called on countries to stand united against Pyongyang.
In another aggressive warning Donald Trump threatened North Korea, Nova TV reported. In a speech before the South Korean Parliament, he said, "Do not underestimate us, do not test our patience."
The US president also turned to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, saying the weapons he obtained for Pyongyang did not make the country more secure but exposed the regime to a "death threat".
The time for “strategic patience” with North Korea is over, President Donald Trump said Monday, after winning Japan’s backing on his policy of considering all options to rein in the rogue state.
Trump has signaled in the past that Washington could look beyond a diplomatic solution to the North’s nuclear weapons ambitions, and consider military intervention.
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US Strategic Bomber B-1B and Japanese and South Korean fighters yesterday for the first time conducted night exercises over the Korean Peninsula in a second demonstration of strength against the backdrop of the continuing challenges of Pyongyang with its missile and nuclear program.
This was reported by US and South Korean military, quoted by Reuters and DPA.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is wasting time trying to negotiate with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, US President Donald Trump said on Twitter.
"I told our lovely Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, that he was wasting time to seek talks with the little 'Rocketman', save energy, Rex, we will do what we have to do," wrote the US leader.
The Supreme Court of Malaysia resumed on Monday the hearing of the North Korean Kim Jong-nam, the older brother of DPRK leader Kim Jong-un.
According to the Straits Times, defendants' lawyers, Indonesian 25-year-old Citizen Isaiah and 29-year-old Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong, said their clients are not going to plead guilty.