North Korea: Austrian Copy Shop Published Former Dictator's Book

North Korea: Austrian Copy Shop Published Former Dictator's Book

North Korea is once again threatening to launch missiles toward Guam, the New York Times reports.

"We have already warned several times that we will take counteractions for self-defense, including a salvo of missiles into waters near the United States territory of Guam", says Kim Kwang-Hak, a researcher at the Institute for American Studies at the North Korea Foreign Ministry.

"Let us take our hand closer to the "trigger" for taking the toughest countermeasure", KCNA reported October 13.

"We can not allow this to happen. We just can't", Trump said in response to the question, adding that China has been very helpful in the situation. The president banged out a tweet Friday wishing the US Navy "happy birthday", while adding he has "no greater privilege than to serve" as commander-in-chief of the US military.

To celebrate the anniversary of Russia-North Korea diplomatic relations, which dates back to the Soviet era, a TASS delegation was allowed into the country.

Experts believe the move proves Kim is getting ready for a major show of force next Wednesday.

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Costa Rica have one point after they drew against Guinea and need to win to make it to the knockout round. There's less heat and humidity. "This was a very tough game for my team", said a very relieved Wuck.

Also Friday, South Korea's meteorological authorities said that they detected a small quake near the North's underground nuclear test site, but that it was not caused by a man-made explosion.

On North Korea, Kelly said Americans "should be concerned about a state that has developed a pretty good ICBM capability and is developing a pretty good nuclear re-entry vehicle". It said the copy shop did this on September 26 "ahead of the 72nd founding anniversary of the Workers' Party of Korea" that was celebrated on Tuesday, Oct. 10.

"Right now we think the threat is manageable but over time, if it grows beyond where it is today, well, let's hope that diplomacy works", he said.

The sanctions have not seemed to deter Pyongyang.

By all indications, another North Korean provocation is inevitable - perhaps imminent.

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