Tag: nuclear weapons


Iranian Foreign Minister: Trump’s ‘Posturing,’ ‘Alternative Facts’ Destroyed America’s Credibility

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif said during an interview with Politico that President Trump’s “posturing,” “publicity stunts,” use of “alternative facts,” and “insulting” speech to the U.N. General Assembly have put Iran in a stronger diplomatic position than ever by destroying the credibility of the United States.

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South Korea: North Korea Planning ICBM Launch This Weekend

South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon has warned that North Korea may be planning to test an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on Saturday, the latest in a series of increasingly belligerent military actions that culminated in the nation’s sixth and most powerful nuclear test last weekend.

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un hinted that he would hold off on plans to test-fire missiles towards Guam

North Korea Issues Postage Stamps to Commemorate ICBM Launch

North Korea’s state media announced Friday that the country has issued a new set of stamps to commemorate the testing of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) in July, yet another sign the nation’s communist regime remains unapologetic about its belligerent threats to its neighbors and the United States.

North Koreans wave banners and shout slogans at a state organised anti-American rally in Pyongyang

North Korea Fills Pyongyang Square for Anti-America Rally

The communist government of North Korea touted an apparently thousands-strong rally in the heart of Pyongyang – Kim Il-sung Square – Wednesday in response to President Donald Trump’s warning that any attack on U.S. soil would be met with unprecedented “fire and fury.”

Kim Jong Un

North Korea Vows ‘Thousands-Fold’ Nuclear Revenge for Sanctions

North Korea lashed out with the expected venom and threats of violence after crushing new sanctions were imposed by a unanimous vote of the U.N. Security Council on Saturday. Although the unanimous vote means North Korea’s patrons in China and Russia agreed with the Trump administration’s push for heavier sanctions, Pyongyang’s ire was focused largely on Washington.