Pacific Daily News Published 1:02 p.m. UTC Jun 12, 2018 When is Trump meeting with North Korea? The meeting is set for 11 a.m. Guam time (9 a.m. in Singapore). A one-on-one meeting between Trump and Kim is expected to last for about 45 minutes. After that, they're scheduled to hold a larger meeting and working lunch. Trump’s chief of staff, national security adviser and secretary of state are among those expected to join. What is Trump doing with North Korea? Trump and aides said they do not expect the summit to generate a comprehensive nuclear deal; they instead look to set up a process to negotiate an agreement in which North Korea gives up nuclear weapons in exchange for economic assistance from the United States and other countries. When is Trump leaving Singapore? Trump is expected to depart Singapore on Tuesday night. Before leaving Singapore, the president is scheduled to address the media. The White House says the president will stop at Andersen Air Force Base in … [Read more...] about What to know about President Trump’s summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un
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North Korea razed some facilities used for testing ballistic missiles last month after declaring it was suspending nuclear explosions and missile launches, according to the US website 38 North, The Guardian reported. A stand used for missile ejection tests was demolished near Kusong in the country’s north-west, according the North Korea expert Joseph Bermudez. Ejection tests are used to test the initial launch of a missile from a canister and firing up its first-stage engine rather than a full-blown launch. Armenia News - NEWS.am ! This text available in Հայերեն and Русский Print … [Read more...] about Media: North Korea demolished missile testing facility
Satellite imagery shows that North Korea razed some facilities used for testing ballistic missiles last month after declaring it was suspending nuclear explosions and missile launches, according to the US website 38 North. A stand used for missile ejection tests was demolished near Kusong in the country’s north-west, according the North Korea expert Joseph Bermudez. Ejection tests are used to test the initial launch of a missile from a canister and firing up its first-stage engine rather than a full-blown launch. His analysis was published by 38 North, a Washington-based website which tracks developments in the isolated nation’s weapons programs. In April, the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un announced he was suspending ballistic missile and nuclear testing, paving the way for negotiations on its nuclear weapons program with the US that will culminate in a historic summit next week in Singapore with Donald Trump. In a sign of goodwill, North Korea also demolished tunnels and … [Read more...] about North Korea demolished missile testing facility last month, report says
Colorado Springs (CNN)A lot has changed on the Korean peninsula in just matter of months -- threats of fire and fury have been replaced with handshakes and optimism -- but for the military organization that monitors threats to North America, it might as well be 2017 when it comes to North Korea. North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), the joint Canada-US organization tasked with warning of incoming threats from the sky, continues to monitor North Korea's nuclear program with the same intensity it did at the height of North Korea's missile testing. In fact, NORAD and US Northern Command Center Director Col. Travis Morehen, a Canadian, says the organization still gets three or four intelligence reports on the country's nuclear program every day. "We've been watching the same as we were previously, the same as we watch any other nation that poses a threat to the United States and Canada," he said. NORAD and US Northern Command Center Director Col. Travis Morehen. … [Read more...] about Inside the mountain base still on alert to North Korea’s missile threat
KIM Jong-un, the tyrannical leader of North Korea, has repeatedly threatened to launch nuclear strikes on the West and its allies. The hermit nation has dramatically accelerated its nuclear weapons programme under his rule but he has now made history by meeting rival South Korean President Moon Jae-in . Here's the latest... What is the latest on the nuclear situation in North Korea? On April 21, 2018, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said the reclusive nation is suspending long-range nuclear missile tests and shutting its test site. Referring to an upcoming, historic meeting with Jong-un, US president Donald Trump said the move marked "big progress". He tweeted: "This is very good news for North Korea and the World - look forward to our summit." Kim even quipped about his missile tests while meeting President Moon Jae-in on April 27 - saying he wouldn't disturb the South's "early morning sleep any more". What nuclear weapons does North Korea have? In July 2017, North Korea … [Read more...] about What nuclear weapons does North Korea have, did Kim Jong-un agree to complete denuclearisation and has the nuclear test site collapsed?