As NKorea aims nukes on US, SKorea and Japan feeling heat

As NKorea aims nukes on US, SKorea and Japan feeling heat

"The worldwide community must unite in applying the greatest possible pressure on North Korea", Abe said, four days after Pyongyang staged its sixth and most powerful nuclear test to date, which it described as a "perfect success".

North Korea might launch an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on Saturday, as the country marks the anniversary of its founding, South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon on Thursday.

According to South Korean media, 38 people, including 6 police officers were injured in Seongju, a village about 300km south of Seoul, as preparations were made to install four further terminal high-altitude area defence (Thaad) system batteries at a golf course.

"This evening, the United States informed the UN Security Council that it intends to call a meeting to vote on a draft resolution to establish additional sanctions on North Korea on Monday, September 11", a statement from the U.S. mission to the UN read.

"China will make close communication with relevant parties with an objective, fair and responsible attitude", Wang said without commenting if China would agree to curb oil exports to North Korea.

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South Korean President Moon Jae-in ordered the temporary deployment of the remaining four launchers, believed to have already been moved to a USA military base near the Soseong-ri village, following the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (DPRK) test in late July of what it called an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).

In their telephone talks Monday, Abe and Moon agreed that the worldwide community needs to apply "maximum" pressure on North Korea, including the adoption of new United Nations -authorized sanctions.

In the event of all-out war with North Korea, would US President Donald Trump risk American cities being targeted to protect traditional allies in Seoul and Tokyo? "We oppose and condemn the North's nuclear development".

"We should not give in to emotions and push Pyongyang into a corner", Mr Putin said in a news conference after meeting Mr Moon.

Redeploying the weapons to South Korea wouldn't dramatically change the strategic balance, as the US has nuclear assets on submarines that can operate off North Korea's coast.

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The demand contradicted the stance of their host, Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has dismissed sanctions as a solution.

While US Defense Secretary James Mattis warned of a "massive military response", US President Trump suggested a massive clampdown on trade with countries that do business with North Korea.

"This is far more powerful than their nuclear tests in the past", Onodera told reporters.

Putin said Wednesday Russia is not interested in participating in stronger economic sanctions on the North.

Putin condemned what he described as a policy of whipping up war hysteria, which he said could lead to a "global catastrophe and a huge number" of human casualties. "There are real differences between North Korea and the small group of nations that have these weapons". "Only when the two are put together can it unlock the nuclear issue of the Korean Peninsula".

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Even so, he said North Korea could well be seeking to develop two-stage weapons because their explosive yield can be much higher than other designs; the requirement for fissile material is less; and their elongated shape can potentially fit more easily into missile re-entry vehicles. "We can solve this problem through diplomatic means".

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