Korea says war is inevitable as allies continue war games

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Sanctions are being implemented, and countries like Uganda have complied and expelled North Korean officials who once trained military and police.

Unconfirmed reports from defectors claim that people living near the Punggye-ri test site suffer from mysterious symptoms and that babies have been born deformed. The remaining question now is: "when will the war break out", the spokesman said.

"The Department of Defense now has no intent to initiate departures for military dependents, whether on a voluntary or mandatory basis, and no intent to modify the policy authorizing military dependents to accompany military members being stationed in South Korea", Lt. Col. Chris Logan, a Pentagon spokesman, said in emailed remarks to Yonhap.

"We thought we were dying because we were poor and we ate badly. But at the same time, there is absolutely no reason to be alarmed", the newspaper said.

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The drills follow reports last week that North Korea had successfully conducted another ballistic missile launch across Japan as the country continues to pursue its nuclear ambitions, as it continues to threaten both the USA and South Korea with wholesale nuclear destruction.

Pompeo said Saturday that USA intelligence agencies believe North Korean leader Kim Jong Un doesn't have a good idea about how tenuous his situation is domestically and internationally.

Now a vice president with the Family Research Council, Boykin is the latest person to tell OneNewsNow that China is the key to North Korea's maniacal dictator - and to warn that war on the Korean peninsula will be costly.

South Korea is expected to increase defense spending by 7 percent in 2018, but funds to supply a "Kim Jong Un decapitation unit" with an aircraft and a helicopter may not be available.

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Such a pattern appears to indicate that China will not simply sit by and watch as the USA partners with South Korea and Japan to carry out exercises that China regards as shows of force.

The United States flew a B-1B supersonic bomber over South Korea on Wednesday as part of a massive combined aerial exercise involving hundreds of warplanes, a clear warning after North Korea last week tested its biggest and most powerful missile yet.

Military observers, in fact, took notice recently when parasites were discovered in the stomach of a North Korean soldier who defected to South Korea, suggesting even front-line troops are enduring bad conditions as they operate near the DMZ.

"The two sides also exchanged views on relations between the two parties and the two countries, and on the Korean Peninsula issue and other issues of common concern", Xinhua said.

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Jeffrey Feltman, the UN's undersecretary-general for Political Affairs, will meet with officials and discuss "issues of mutual interest and concern", during a trip that's scheduled to end Friday, the United Nations said.

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