In our news wrap Monday, President Trump dismissed concerns about North Korea’s recent missile tests, publicly disagreeing with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. During a joint news conference with Abe, Trump said, “all I know is that there have been…
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By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
Seemingly contradicting his national security adviser , President Donald Trump on Sunday played down North Korea’s recent missile tests and said they were not a concern for him.
In our news wrap Friday, President Trump defended allowing Attorney General William Barr to release classified information on how the Russia investigation began, saying the “attempted coup” should never happen again. Also, North Korea warned that nuclear talks with the…
By Kim Tong-Hyung, Associated Press
North Korea said Friday that nuclear negotiations with the United States will never resume unless the Trump administration moves away from what Pyongyang described as unilateral demands for disarmament.
By Associated Press
South Korea plans to send $8 million worth of medical and nutritional aid for North Korean children amid reported food shortages.
By Fili Sagapolutele, Associated Press
A North Korean cargo ship seized by the U.S. because of suspicion it was used to violate international sanctions arrived at the capital of this American territory, where it will undergo inspections.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
The seizure was announced hours after the North Koreans fired two suspected short-range missiles in an apparent sign of trouble for nuclear disarmament talks.
By Kim Tong-Hyung, Hyung-Jin Kim, Foster Klug, Associated Press
The test was the North's second weapons launch in the last five days and a possible warning that nuclear disarmament talks with Washington could be in danger.
By Robert Burns, Associated Press
In a new sign of troubled relations with North Korea, the Pentagon said Wednesday it has suspended its efforts to arrange negotiations on recovering additional remains of U.S. service members killed in the North during the Korean War.
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