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Author: 0 'Madman' Kim Jong Un 'will be tested like never before'

China wields the most influence on North Korea, providing an economic lifeline. Trump added that the United States would "totally destroy" North Korea in the event of an attack from Pyongyang on the US or its allies. The long-range strategic ballistic rocket Hwasong-12 (Mars-12) is launched during a test in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on May 15, 2017.

Global Media Quake detected near North Korea nuclear test zone 'occurred naturally'
Author: 0 Quake detected near North Korea nuclear test zone 'occurred naturally'

He spoke just days after Trump , in a speech before the United Nations General Assembly , derisively called Kim " Rocket Man " and said it might be necessary to "completely destroy" North Korea . However, it's unclear if that would actually prove the efficacy of the measures - most North Koreans don't own cars or use fuel at anywhere near the rate the rest of the world does, analysts say.

Global Media Ann Coulter won't attend 'Free Speech Week' at Berkeley
Author: 0 Ann Coulter won't attend 'Free Speech Week' at Berkeley

Students and faculty at UC Berkeley say they're getting exhausted of the campus being a political flashpoint. Provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos' " Free Speech Week ", which is created to test UC Berkeley's mettle against left-wing antifa protesters, will also feature a film titled "America Under Siege: Antifa".

Global Media Foreigners killed in Mexico quake from Taiwan, Korea, Spain
Author: 0 Foreigners killed in Mexico quake from Taiwan, Korea, Spain

Authorities have not released an estimate for the number of people believe trapped or possibly dead inside dozens of damaged buildings, including both collapsed structures and others in imminent danger of falling. Rescuers said they even spoke with her. Reports about the trapped girl led to the donations of cranes, support beams and power tools at the school site - pleas for help quickly met based on the urgency of rescuing children.

Global Media Istanbul's Ataturk airport closed after jet crashes
Author: 0 Istanbul's Ataturk airport closed after jet crashes

The governor said the four onboard, all Turkish citizens, were injured but in stable condition. Four people have been injured after a plane crashed at the airport - the jet's two pilots, a cabin crew member and a passenger. At this stage it isn't clear what caused the plane's alarm to be triggered. Pictures taken shortly after the crash showed a huge plume of black smoke could be seen coming from the airport.

Author: 0 US Considering Shooting Down a North Korean Missile

The global community must remain united and enforce sanctions against North Korea after its repeated launch of ballistic missiles, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said in an editorial published in The New York Times on Sunday. Four others of Japan's 34 PAC-3 units, largely used to defend the capital region, have been relocated to southwestern Japan recently after Pyongyang warned of sending missiles toward the USA territory of Guam.

Global Media Buddhist mob attacks Red Cross boat carrying aid for Rohingya Muslims
Author: 0 Buddhist mob attacks Red Cross boat carrying aid for Rohingya Muslims

Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi has addressed her nation in a hotly anticipated television address. Van Thio said the government was concerned by reports that Muslims were continuing to cross into Bangladesh even though there had been no armed clashes since September 5 and added: "We would need to find out the reason for this exodus".

Global Media Two more arrests in Wales over London Underground bombing
Author: 0 Two more arrests in Wales over London Underground bombing

Mr Sarwar said police had taken CCTV recordings from the shop on Sunday and carried out a search of the property. Islamic State militants said they were responsible for the attack although both British and US officials have cast doubt on the claim , saying there was no evidence any recognised militant group had ordered or organised the bombing.

Author: 0 North Korea threatens to test H-bomb in Pacific

In the same statement , Kim also called Trump "a mentally deranged US dotard". He further said that, as Trump had insulted North Korea and Kim , making 'the most ferocious declaration of a war in history that he would destroy Korea, Kim would consider the highest level of hard-line countermeasure in history'.

Global Media Summer-like weather continues as we welcome Fall Friday
Author: 0 Summer-like weather continues as we welcome Fall Friday

Muggy conditions will accompany the warmer temperatures along with mostly sunny skies. This weekend will still be HUMID with lows in the 70s and highs in the low to a few mid 90s. The Eagles will need to stay hydrated for their home opener against the New York Giants on Sunday with a high of 90. Tuesday|Partly cloudy. Highs in the mid 80s and lows in the low 60s.

Global Media Melania diced for wearing $1380 Balmain shirt to Michelle's veggie garden
Author: 0 Melania diced for wearing $1380 Balmain shirt to Michelle's veggie garden

On Friday, the current first lady held her first event in the White House Kitchen Garden, founded by Obama in 2009 as part of her healthy eating initiative. "And they [media] know it was dishonest", Trump said, adding sarcastically "You know, she's going to go into the floods with her high heels". The children they helped her plant a variety of vegetables, including broccoli and lettuce, and the children also picked bell peppers.

Global Media China urges restraint as N. Korea threatens nuke over Pacific
Author: 0 China urges restraint as N. Korea threatens nuke over Pacific

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin reiterated during a news conference after the announcement that the new sanctions were not meant to target China . "All relevant parties should remain restrained, strive to ease the situation and not provoke each other", Lu said. Ri Yong Ho then told media in NY that the "highest-level" actions might involve the test of a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean.

Global Media Did Kim Jong Un call Donald Trump 'dotard' or 'old beast lunatic'?
Author: 0 Did Kim Jong Un call Donald Trump 'dotard' or 'old beast lunatic'?

He insisted the US President would "pay dearly" if America launched an attack on North Korea . Granted, he called Trump a "mentally deranged US dotard" (a word to describe a fragile elderly person) and a "frightened dog". The warning was delivered by North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho in NY, according to comments published by South Korea's Yonhap news agency. Hours before Kim's statement , Trump announced stiffer new sanctions on North Korea as he met his South Korean and Japanese ...

Global Media DeKalb to extend schools days due to Irma closures
Author: 0 DeKalb to extend schools days due to Irma closures

Baker County: No hurricane dates added, but seven early release days, not including the Friday before Christmas break and the last day of school, will convert to regular school days to make up the missed time. Green is empowered by DCSD Board of Education Policy to make "scheduling changes to the school day because of inclement weather or other emergency conditions".

Author: 0 Japan Deploys Missile Interceptor Near Recent N. Korea Missile Flyovers

But Mattis has downplayed the possibility of shooting down North Korean missiles, The Wall Street Journal reported . He also said diplomacy and sanctions are working in pressuring Pyongyang . The secretary said the sanctions, which began in 2006, have shown North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that there's a penalty to pay for ignoring worldwide concerns and norms.

Global Media Haley: UN Out of Options on North Korea
Author: 0 Haley: UN Out of Options on North Korea

Trump sent a cycle of escalating rhetoric whirring in August by warning North Korea that it would face " fire and fury " if it did not relent, a comment that Haley said was "not an empty threat". "The two leaders agreed to work closely and to put stronger and more effective sanctions and pressure on North Korea in cooperation with the worldwide community", South Korea's presidential spokesman Park Soo-hyun said.

Global Media Minnesota on track to hit Paris climate goals
Author: 0 Minnesota on track to hit Paris climate goals

Roy Cordato, senior economist and resident scholar at the John Locke Foundation, isn't impressed. "On this challenge the United Nations has in recent weeks shown it can step up to the task, with last Monday's security council resolution creating the biggest sanctions package of the 21st century", she said.