: Kim Jong Un and North Korea tested 3 short range missiles over the last number of days. These missiles tests are not a violation of our signed Singapore agreement, nor was there discussion of short range missiles when we shook hands. There may be a United Nations violation, but
: ...Chairman Kim does not want to disappoint me with a violation of trust, there is far too much for North Korea to gain - the potential as a Country, under Kim Jong Un's leadership, is unlimited. Also, there is far too much to lose. I may be wrong, but I believe that
South Korea to remove Japan from export 'white list': finance minister
Moon calls Japan's export control a 'selfish' move that will harm global economy
Moon says Japan's 'whitelist' decision is 'very reckless,' deeply regrettable
Moon warns that Japan will be fully responsible for consequences of trade restrictions
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S.Korean president Moon Jae-in to express his official reaction and plan of Japan's decision of removing S.Korea from trusted trading partners this afternoon. Big trade war between S.Korea and Japan officially starts now
Seoul's Presidential office has warned Japan of a stern response after Tokyo stripped South Korea from its list of preferred trading partners. Moon's Cabinet meeting will be televised at 2pm. South Koreans continue to boycott Japanese goods and protest on the streets
The pictures of Japanese and South Korean FM's meeting on sidelines of ASEAN summit show nothing but grim faces
South Korea presidential office says to respond firmly to Japan's move to remove SK from trade white list, expresses deep regret over Japan's decision -SK presidential office
Cheong Wa Dae expresses 'deep regret' over Japan's 'whitelist' decision, vows 'stern' response
South Korea - Korean exports are feeling the pinch of the US-China trade war beyond the escalating problems with Japan. Exports declined 11% in July from a year earlier, which extends an eight month decline from last year's figures.
US-ROK authorities assess that North Korea's latest projectiles have flight characteristics similar to those launched on July 31, Blue House adds
Reuters: South Korea to hold unscheduled cabinet meeting after Japan's move to remove SK from trade white list - SK's presidential Blue House
President Moon to hold emergency Cabinet meeting on Japan's removal of South Korea from 'white list'
South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff says the projectiles North Korea launched Friday traveled an estimated 220 kilometers, reached an altitude of 25 kilometers and a maximum flying speed of Mach 6.9
Japan industry minister Seko: Japan has briefed US about list decision; trade control step not a countermeasure, done from standpoint of Japan's national security
Japan's cabinet approves plan to remove South Korea from trade "white list" - Industry Minister Seko
Japan industry minister Seko: removal from White List to take effect Aug 28
Japan cabinet approves plan to remove South Korea from trade "white list" - source
Unification ministry expresses strong regret over North Korea's launches of projectiles
North Korea's projectiles appear to be new SRBMs: Cheong Wa Dae
Cheong Wa Dae holds meeting of ministers on North Korea's rocket launch
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In Bangkok, Pompeo says "we stand ready to continue our diplomatic conversation with the North Koreans. I regret that it looks like I'm not going to an opportunity to do that while I'm here.but we're ready to go."
"I have no problem. These are short-range missiles," says @POTUS reacting to the latest DPRK launch, explaining he made no agreement with Kim Jong Un on them
The Joint Chiefs of Staff said the projectiles were fired at 2:59 a.m. and 3:23 from South Hamgyong Province into the East Sea.
N. Korea fires unidentified short-range projectiles: JCS
North Korea launches unidentified short-range projectile: JCS
A second US official tells @barbarastarrcnn the initial assessment is North Korea just launched two short range ballistic missiles. It's the second launch in one week, and the third launch in two weeks
North Korea apparently conducts new projectile launch: report
US military intel tracked a projectile launch from North Korea early Friday am (local time), a senior US official tells @barbarastarrcnn. Initial assessment is that it appears to be similar to the short range ballistic missile fired earlier this week, the official said
Downpours hit Pyongyang, central regions of North Korea: reports
Per US official, missiles launched by DPRK Wednesday assessed to be KN-23s - short-range ballistic missiles (SRBMs) - despite North Korea claims it tested a "large-caliber multiple launch guided rocket system"
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DPRK released footage of rocket system test
Top diplomats of South Korea, Japan fail to defuse trade, diplomatic tensions
North Korea says rocket system could enhance ability to hit South Korea, US bases
U.S. ambassador optimistic about resuming nuclear talks with North Korea
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Some of images released by North Korean media obscured
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Pictures of recent North Korean missiles test
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North Korean TV only now carried pics of Wednesday's missile test, having left them out of state media this morning
South Korean and U.S. intelligence officials continue to assess that the weapon launched by North Korea yesterday "has similarities with the new type of short-range ballistic missile" recently tested by the North, according to a Defense Ministry spokesperson
South Korea's intelligence agency thinks North Korea may fire more missiles this month, lawmakers say.
@AmbJohnBolton Bolton told Fox Business News that "We're still waiting to hear from North Korea" on resumption of denuclearisation talks
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South Korean protestors have been attacking news bureaus in Seoul of the Japanese media. @SeoulFCC issues a statement hoping ROK authorities will defend the right to report in the country for all foreign media entities
KCNA: "After learning about the result of the test-fire, he said that it is very great and it would be an inescapable distress to the forces becoming a fat target of the weapon."
KCNA: "The officials, scientists and technicians were filled with great pride and excitement for having developed and making the first test-fire of the new-type guided ordnance rocket, which will play a main role in ground military operations, in a short span of time."
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea (WPK), chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the [DPRK] and supreme commander of the armed forces of the DPRK, guided a test-fire of newly-developed large-caliber multiple launch guided rocket system."
The Japanese government has created a nationwide television broadcast advising civilians on how to protect themselves in the event of a North Korean missile attack.