mouthofthetyne.com January 24 2018




Twitter Says Trump's North Korea Threat Tweet Is 'Newsworthy,' Not A Violation

January 24 2018, 01:45 | Van Peters

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Wait, Are We at War With North Korea Now?

But from North Korea's perspective, the American provocations continued. "If the test tried to do or accomplish something it hadn't before, for example, if they chose to drop a ballistic missile closer to Guam... if they decided instead of shooting it on lofted trajectory, if they made a decision to shoot it on a flatter trajectory, demonstrating its capability".

North Korea's top diplomat, Ri Yong Ho, argued Monday Trump's tweet gives the reclusive nation the right to shoot down US warplanes.

Ri said all United Nations members and the world "should clearly remember that it was the US who first declared war on our country". China is estimated to account for roughly 90% of North Korea's foreign trade, with money and goods flowing back and forth across a land border that runs for 880 miles.

San Francisco, As twitteratis wondered why the micro-blogging platform did not remove US President Donald Trump's latest controversial tweet on North Korea that clearly violated its guidelines, Twitter has given a confusing reply. A military conflict between the North and the U.S. could easily spread to the South or a desperate North could attack the South.

North Korea isn't conducting its tests of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles in a haphazard manner.

After the UN Security Council passed new sanctions two weeks ago, the Chinese commerce ministry said North Korean firms and joint ventures in China would be closed within 120 days.

If North Korea is able to move forward with the test, however, Triplett said, "Then the next step of course is a submarine launch-then take it off the coast of Baja California".

"The top priority is to secure abilities to counter the North Korean nuclear and missile threats", he said.

The local currency was trading at 1,146.15 won against the US dollar, down 5.45 won from the previous session's close. That's called the military option.

Last Sunday, the USA bombers flew in global airspace off the North Korean eastern coast.

China on Thursday ordered North Korean-owned businesses to close, cutting foreign revenue for the isolated North under United Nations sanctions imposed over its nuclear and missile programs. He says: "If we have to take it, we will". Remember that the 1950s Korean War was settled with an armistice, not a permanent peace treaty.

Iron ore arrivals from North Korea were 143,343 tonnes in August, the lowest since December and down from 175,980 tonnes in July.

Market participants see Seoul's diplomatic standoff with Beijing over security issues as a hurdle in extending the $56 billion swap deal, given China continues to boycott made-in-Korea products over Korea's decision to deploy a US anti-missile defense system in the country.



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