Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said that he would attend the Pyeongchang Olympics in South Korea next month, after reports he would not attend due to a dispute over "comfort women" forced to work in Japan's wartime military brothels.
Tensions escalated dramatically past year as the regime of Kim Jong Un stepped up its program aimed at developing a missile capable of striking the United States with a nuclear warhead.
Central Intelligence Agency director Mike Pompeo said Tuesday that Pyongyang is likely looking to build an arsenal of nuclear weapons.
No escapes for courageous Halep in third grand slam final
Halep again held comfortably to level at 5-5, as both women held firm to force the breaker for the opening set advantage. Simona Halep's opponent in the final is second seed Caroline Wozniacki , who has plenty of endorsement deals.
The U.S.is encouraging China and Russian Federation - where they are living - to kick them out.
Tensions on the Korean Peninsula were kept intense over the past year, as the crisis has been worsened by the exchange of personal insults and confrontational rhetoric between the leaders of the USA and North Korea.
The company is accused of supplying materials for weapons of mass destruction, including chemicals and drilling equipment to Pyongyang.
The twelve North Koreans, dressed in red and white winter gear arrived in South Korea Thursday morning, sporting the nation's logo "DPR Korea", in refrenece to the country's official name the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, in the monumental juncture. The designation on Wednesday of two Chinese trading companies, Beijing Chengxing Trading Co.
Marin Cilic vs Kyle Edmund
Kyle Edmund , left, complains to grand slam supervisor Andreas Egli, during his semi-final against Marin Cilic . Won some tough matches and beat good players. "This type of tournament just gives you the bug to want more".
Mattis met Tuesday with Indonesian Defense Minister Ryamizard Ryacudu in Jakarta and discussed the security situation in the region, including North Korea and the South China Sea, the Defense Department said. "Its procurements also probably support North Korea's chemical weapons program".
Park, who is hated in the North over his yearslong campaign of flying balloons carrying anti-Pyongyang propaganda leaflets across the border, was joined by eight other activists.
Last year, North Korea carried out its sixth and biggest nuclear test and test-fired three intercontinental ballistic missiles and has shown no willingness to give up its ambitions. The sanctions bar Americans from "dealing with any of the designated parties". It also bans anyone from buying more than the allowed amount of coal or iron mined in North Korea.
SHUTDOWN VOTE: US Senate votes to fund government, end shutdown
On Saturday, Republicans and Democrats failed to reach an agreement as federal agencies began implementing shutdown procedures. Lawmakers on Capitol Hill said they were pursuing a deal to reopen the government before the start of the workweek Monday.
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