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President Donald Trump met with Kim last month but has yet to hold any new talks in his effort to rein in North Korea's nuclear program.
North Korea marks its founding day with displays of pageantry and military hardware.
Later, when asked by a reporter if the US would attack North Korea, Trump simply said: “We’ll see”. The paper said the nuclear
The United States and South Korea on Tuesday fired back at North Korea's military provocations, launching "deep strike" missiles
'We are still analyzing details but this is a grave threat to our nation’s security, and we express deep concern,' the Japan Defence Ministry said in a statement.
This will “further isolate the North from the international community.”