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North Korea hints it could test hydrogen bomb in Pacific

24 September 2017

In Korean, a dog dream is one that is absurd and makes little sense.

"Again, I want to just say and thank President Xi from China for the very bold move he made today".

In the course of the speech, Trump said if the United States is "forced to defend itself and its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea".

A day earlier, Trump announced new sanctions on North Korea that aim to cut off sources of revenue for the regime's nuclear and missile programs.

The U.S. president vowed to unleash "fire and fury" on North Korea, used the nickname "Rocket Man" for Kim, and at the United Nations on Tuesday threatened to "totally destroy" the North if provoked. But a Chinese foreign ministry spokesman said Trump's announcement was "not consistent with the facts", though he gave no indication what steps China might be taking. The first was in a tweet Sunday.

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Friday any U.S. military decision against North Korea in the event of a hydrogen bomb explosion would "ultimately" be up to U.S. President Donald Trump.

Trump was referring, of course, to a remark Clinton made in September 2016 during a speech at a NY fund-raiser, when she asserted that half of Trump's supporters fell into "what I call the basket of deplorables".

And it's possible that North Korea is able to undermine them.

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Freelance journalist Jihye Lee said the original statement in Korean used a term better translated as "old beast lunatic", but it became "dotard" in the English version released by North Korea.

The patrols came after officials and experts said a small natural disaster near North Korea's nuclear test site on Saturday was probably not man-made, easing fears Pyongyang had exploded another nuclear bomb just weeks after its last one.

The secretary of state also hinted that the current pressure campaign against North Korea is starting to bear fruit. He said there is evidence of fuel shortages in the country following the passage of recent United Nations sanctions, which targeted oil imports among other things.

He described the exchange of insults between the US and North Korean leaders was "quite bad, unacceptable". But she never existed, Mexican navy officials now say. But their impact hinges mostly on China.

In response to statements by trump North Korea threatens a hydrogen bomb.

The words between the US and North Korea this week have been blunt, provocative and personal.

Foreign investors also seemed quite immune to Friday's fresh sabre-rattling from North Korea as they sold a relatively small net 5 billion won (S$5.95 million) worth of Kospi shares near mid-session. The official added it would be a "game-changer" if it actually happened.

Trump didn't call out Russian Federation by name in his speech to the United Nations on Tuesday, though he did obliquely criticize the Kremlin's occupation of Crimea, saying: "We must reject threats to sovereignty from the Ukraine to the South China Sea".

North Korea hints it could test hydrogen bomb in Pacific