North Korea's embassy in Jakarta sent the missive urging Australia to scrap its alliance with the U.S.
“We decided to release the manga after hearing from our residents that the current manual is hard to understand,” a Hokkaido official said.
The South Korean Navy is currently conducting a maritime drill with the U.S. Navy, which deployed its 100,000-ton aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan.
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Administration officials have yet to decide whether the president will follow in his predecessors' steps.
The latest threat comes as the U.S. and South Korea hold joint naval drills.
In some photos, Tillerson looks so defeated that his face seems to be sliding off his skull. He understands that the situation with North Korea, which has never been great, is deteriorating rapidly.
SitRep: U.S. warships ready near Korea; Deadly new Taliban offensive
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North Korea issued another threat of nuclear annihilation against the U.S., vowing to unleash an “unimaginable strike."
New York Times op-ed columnist Nicholas Kristof spent five days inside North Korea and discovered the regime is "galvanizing its people to expect a nuclear war with the United States." Kristof joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the country's belief that they would win a war against the U.S. and how President Trump's rhetoric fits into their propaganda.
Angered by U.S.-South Korean naval exercises just off Korean Peninsula, Kim regime continues hurling rhetoric -- but no missiles, for now
When the New York Times op-ed columnist traveled to the reclusive country, the trip was "very different" this time around
North Korea is issuing a new threat of military action against the U.S. The warning comes two days after a North Korean official said "a nuclear war may break out any moment." CBS News' Ben Tracy reports.
State news agency describes USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier as a prime 'target' as it carries out war games.
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Presidents have toured the DMZ for decades without accidentally starting World War III.
The United States should assume Kim Jong-Un's regime is "on the cusp" of getting a nuclear missile capable of striking US targets and work to prevent this, the head of the CIA said Thursday. CIA director Mike Pompeo said President Donald...Show More Summary