Donald Trump 'could visit demilitarised zone' between North and South Korea


Tensions have soared between the United States and North Korea following a series of weapons tests by Pyongyang and a string of increasingly bellicose exchanges between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

North Korea did not follow through on its threat to fire ballistic missiles toward Guam, but the escalating tensions have sparked concerns about a possible military conflict on the Korean Peninsula, which remains technically in a state of war as the bloody 1950 53 Korean War ended in a truce, not a formal peace treaty.

Meanwhile, South Korea has allegedly been working to boost its cyberdefence and is believed to have adopted high-tech options in responding to threats from rival North.

-South Korean military plans from the country's defense data system past year.

Also, a top Central Intelligence Agency official for the Korean Peninsula, said that the United States was expecting some new provocation from Kim on October 10.

The South Korean Unification Ministry could not confirm that the complex has been reopened, but did say that recent bus movements and illuminated street lamps in the site have been observed.

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He said: "Our big concern is, with regard to North Korea, that it is very unlikely the North Korean dictatorship is ready to agree to an worldwide agreement to renounce the building of nuclear weapons if the only agreement in the world that has allowed such a renunciation is at the same time called into question".

While the former involved procedures on handling an all-out war with North Korea, the latter involved Seoul's plan on how to respond to North Korea's localised provocation or commando infiltration, Yonhap reported.

"We reiterated our support for our collective strategy of maximum diplomatic and economic pressure on North Korea so it will be compelled to return to the negotiating table".

Australia's top diplomat visited the heavily fortified border between the two Koreas on Thursday and said her government hopes there will be no need for military action against North Korea over its weapons programs.

China's influential Global Times tabloid expressed alarm at how far the rhetoric on both sides had gone and how it had increased the risk of a "fatal misjudgement". "The Korean War is still alive in the minds of many people". "We strongly urge North Korea and the stop their bellicose posturing and seriously think about a peaceful solution", it said.