Map. History of Koreas conflict

17 October 2017
KCNA: "The U.S. imperialists are, among other things, afraid of the ideological and moral strength of the army and people of the DPRK."
“We’ll take a look at that,” replies @POTUS on whether he will visit Korea DMZ.
Source: North Korea not interested in diplomacy with US until it demonstrates nuke is capable of striking US east coast
Maritime special ops exercise from Tuesday off east andwest Korea coasts to promote regional partnership. USS Ronald Reagan participating.
USS Chief (MCM 14) departed Busan to join ROK Navy MCM assets to take part in Multinational Mine Warfare Exercise (MN MIWEX) in Japan Sea.
#USSPreble and #USSHalsey set to depart Pearl Harbor today for deployment with Theodore Roosevelt Strike Group
North Korea not to discuss its right to nuclear arms until nuclear threat posed by U.S. is eradicated - head of North Korea delegation
EU announces new sanctions on North Korea
Putin signs decree imposing restrictions on North Korea as Pyongyang delegation is in Russia
'Mad dog' anti-Trump leaflets turn up in Seoul
South Korean and U.S. naval forces begin joint military exercises, which North Korea considers a threat. Exercises will last through Friday.
North Korea may have "one of the most successful cyber programs on the planet," says ex-deputy director of NSA.
KCNA: "Many countries are engaged in arms sales, but the U.S. is abusing it for world domination beyond the commercial purposes."
KCNA: "U.S. is the war merchant and strangler of peace which gives rise to…conflicts around the world in order to draw water to its mill."
USS Stethem (DDG 63), USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76), USS Mustin (DDG 89), USS Chief, USS Tucson, USS Michigan all in vicinity of South Korea
USS Chief (MCM-14) Mine countermeasures ship pulled into Busan (South Korea) on the 10th of October.
KCNA: "If the U.S.…dares opt for a military provocation, its land will be…scorched by the DPRK's merciless nuclear retaliatory strike."
KCNA: "No matter…how tough the U.S sanctions are, the DPRK will not stop even a moment the efforts to beef its nuclear force."
KCNA: "Cowardly dogs bark much and a dog's bark will never make a camel go astray."
KCNA: "His mad acts prove rhetorically who is the very one that adds to fear of the American citizens concerned for security of…mainland."
KCNA: "His unsolvable rashness is little short of jargon of a cruel ruffian, political rogue much upset by the DPRK's toughest offensive."
KCNA: "Shortly ago…Trump let loose such rubbish that the past 'dialogue' with the DPRK proved ineffective but 'one thing will work'."
KCNA: "Countries…desirous of…peace…should never tolerate the U.S. high-handed…practices…under the slogan of 'American first doctrine'."
KCNA: "Such acts of the U.S. have become all the more expressive after Trump, whose belief is money, took office."
KCNA: "This is the height of the extreme U.S.-style egoism…it does not mind sacrificing of the global…civilization for its own interests."
KCNA: "Recently the U.S. decided to withdraw from UNESCO under the pretexts of its dues worth…millions of U.S. dollars it has not paid."
Tillerson: "I think it would be pretty rich of the North Koreans," to walk away from talks with US after handling of Iran deal
McMaster on North Korean leader: “If he thinks the development of this nuclear capability is keeping him safer, it’s actually the opposite”
H.R. McMaster says danger in communicating with Kim Jong Un is that he doesn’t understand how serious we are @POTUS has been clear on that.
[email protected]: "If North Korea stops testing, there can be talks?" @nikkihaley: "Let's wait and see if they stop testing."