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US flies strategic bombers over Korean peninsula

12 Octubre 2017

North Korea has fired 22 missiles, including two across Japan, during 15 tests since February this year, drawing a sharp reaction from the US and its allies.

"If the North Koreans in fact accessed the US/South Korean defense plans, this is a treasure trove of information and presents a real danger", said CNN military analyst and retired Lt. Col. Rick Francona.

Rhee told CNN on Tuesday that the documents stolen included the South Korea-US wartime operational plan and a document that includes procedures to "decapitate" the North Korean leadership.

US President Donald Trump "lit the fuse of war" against North Korea with his provocative comments to the United Nations last month, North Korea's foreign minister has told the Russian TASS news agency.

The South Korean perspective, she said, is, "We don't want another war, and we also don't want the people of North Korea to die from starvation". That's the way it works.

'This is a clear demonstration of our ability to conduct seamless operations with all of our allies anytime, anywhere, ' the US release quoted him as saying.

The move prompted the Football Federation Australia to ask for the qualifiers to be held in another country even though it would cost the Australian team the home court advantage.

If confirmed, the reported hacking attack by the North would be a major blow for South Korea at a time when its relations with rival North Korea are at a low point.

State Security agents then interrogate the prisoners, asking about their motives for defecting, the process and route taken, the names of those who assisted in the defection, and where they stayed while in China.

But why are countries giving money to North Korea in the first place?

North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un inspects a military site in North Korea in this undated picture released by state media.

According to Reuters, North Korea has launched two missiles over Japan and conducted its sixth nuclear test in recent weeks as it fast advances toward its goal of developing a nuclear-tipped missile capable of hitting the U.S. mainland. An investigation later confirmed that the satellite system had mistaken rays of sunlight reflected from clouds for missiles.

"I think perhaps I feel stronger and tougher on that subject than other people, but I listen to everybody", the President said. The more maximalist capability demand is for the complete "denuclearization" or "dismantlement" of the nuclear program. "That's a world problem, and it's a problem that has to be solved". "They sincerely want to reopen of the complex through immediate normalization of inter-Korean relations", said Kim with the Kaesong Industrial Complex Association.

Some joint military plans have been rewritten recently in response to tensions with North Korea, according to The New York Times.

"They are imbeciles unable to discern the right from the wrong".

US flies strategic bombers over Korean peninsula