'Trump's threat to destroy N.Korea sounds like dog barking'

'Trump's threat to destroy N.Korea sounds like dog barking'

'Trump's threat to destroy N.Korea sounds like dog barking'

He added that North Korea's textile, fishing, information technology, and manufacturing industries were among those the United States could target with the sanctions.

"Through cooperation between Japan, the United States and South Korea as well as by joining with the worldwide community, we will apply an unprecedented higher level of pressure on North Korea to force it to change policy", Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told reporters after his meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

"This is not a rhetorical expression loved by Trump", Kim was quoted as saying. "This is exactly what the North Korean regime is telling its people - that you need a strong leader, you need a nuclear program in order to protect yourselves from the United States". The North has responded by a slew of weapons tests and warlike and often-mocking rhetoric against Trump.

Pedestrians walk in front of a large video screen in Tokyo broadcasting a news report showing North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. "We have no idea about what actions could be taken as it will be ordered by leader Kim Jong Un".

"I will make the man holding the prerogative of the supreme command in the USA pay dearly for his speech calling for totally destroying" North Korea, Kim said. North Korea escalated the situation further when the nation's foreign minister revealed Pyongyang could conduct the H-bomb test, and, between tweets about healthcare and "The Russia hoax", Trump fired back.

Trump has responded by driving a raft of new tough sanctions on Pyongyang and engaging in blistering rhetoric, culminating in Tuesday's United Nations address, where he said Washington would "totally destroy" North Korea if the U.S. or its allies were threatened. Tensions between the USA and North Korea have steadily moved toward a boiling point, especially after North Korea exercised its strongest nuclear test yet on September 3.

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Kim called Trump's speech a "war declaration".

Trump has repeatedly pressed China, North Korea's only major ally, to do more to force Pyongyang to abandon its nuclear ambitions.

President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe are discussing the ongoing crisis with North Korea.

Responding to concerns the heated rhetoric could push North Korea to make a miscalculation, Haley said U.S. has exhausted all other options, including sanctions and dialogue.

Kim Jong-un has said remarks by "deranged" US President Donald Trump have convinced him he is right to develop weapons for North Korea.

"No matter the changes in circumstance, no matter how long it takes, not matter the difficulties we face, China will always persist in the goal of denuclearising the peninsula, in moving towards talks", he said.

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