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SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea and Japan on Tuesday welcomed U.S. President Donald Trump putting North Korea back on a list of state sponsors of terrorism, saying it would ramp up pressure on Pyongyang to denuclearize the Korean peninsula.
President Donald Trump has taken the next step in condemning the rogue state of North Korea by designating the Kim Jong Un-led regime a state sponsor of terror, emphasizing that it should have been done “a long time ago.” Trump … More » The post Trump Declares North Korea A State Sponsor Of Terror appeared first on EveryJoe.
Donald Trump has announced he will declare North Korea a state sponsor of terror, amid rising tensions with Pyongyang’s isolated regime. The US President said the designation will impose further penalties on Kim Jong-un’s regime, saying it was a long-overdue step and part of a “maximum pressure campaign” against the North. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump announced Monday that the U.S. will designate North Korea as a state sponsor of terror amid heightened nuclear tensions on the Korean peninsula.
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WASHINGTON – President Trump said Monday he plans to declare Kim Jong Un’s government a state sponsor of terrorism, as he seeks to ratchet up the pressure on North Korea over its nuclear weapons program. “The North Korean regime must be lawful. It must end its unlawful nuclear and ballistic missile development, and cease all support for international terrorism […]
President Donald Trump once called Saudi Arabia "the world's biggest funder of terrorism," but seems closer than ever with the traditional U.S. ally.
President Trump put North Korea back on a U.S. list of “state sponsors of terrorism” Monday, a largely symbolic move that administration officials said will increase pressure on Pyongyang to give up its nuclear weapons arsenal. Trump said the designation will be followed Tuesday by a new round...
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Here are the top stories for Monday, November 20th: Trump designates North Korea as state sponsor of terror; Keystone Oil pipeline approved in Nebraska; Zimbabwe's Mugabe remains defiant; White House Christmas Tree Arrives. ...
President Trump announced he would once again designate North Korea a state sponsor of terrorism. The Department of Justice will reportedly sue to keep AT&T from buying Time Warner. A woman has accused Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) of grabbing...Show More Summary
"I don’t think Donald Trump can find North Korea on a map, frankly."
President Trump announced Monday that he is relisting North Korea as a “state sponsor of terror,” something he said “should have happened a long time ago.” The list, which entails restrictions on U.S. exports and foreign assistance, won’t have a big material effect on North Korea, which doesn’t buy a lot of American stuff to begin with. Show More Summary
North Koreans are starting to get a taste for what life is like in China and South Korea, countries not stifled by isolation and socialist economics. An emerging market economy in North Korea threatens to wrestle some power away from...Show More Summary
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North Korea has a rich history of sponsoring terrorism, but not so much lately.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is set to hold a press briefing on Monday as the Trump administration announced it was designating North Korea a state sponsor of terror. Read moreng Blogs | Comments
The U.S. government redesignated North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism on Monday. The move, announced by President Trump during a brief photo op at a Cabinet meeting, was designed to put pressure on Pyongyang's nuclear weapons program. “It should have happened a long time ago,” Trump told reporters. “It should have happened years […]
North Korea joins Iran, Syria and Sudan on the list.