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Pence warns N.Korea not to test Trump’s resolve, strength of U.S forces

Pence warns N.Korea not to test Trump’s resolve, strength of U.S forces, By Dagyum Ji
U.S. to meet any use of conventional, nuclear weapons with “overwhelming, effective response”

Foreign journalists stranded at Pyongyang International Airport, By JH Ahn
Air Koryo flight from Pyongyang to Beijing delayed for hours, uncertain when it will be resolved

In depth: the weapons on show at North Korea's April 15 military parade

In depth: the weapons on show at North Korea’s April 15 military parade, By Joost Oliemans and Stijn Mitzer
North Korea showcases new developments from its Strategic Rocket Forces, alongside older hardware
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The Day of the Sun, the day of the missiles

The Day of the Sun, the day of the missiles, By Tal Inbar
The April 15 military parade showcased new ICBM technology

N.Korea conducts failed missile launch, a day after military parade

N.Korea conducts failed missile launch, a day after military parade, By JH Ahn
The missile blew up almost immediately according to U.S. Pacific Command

N.Korea showcases probable intercontinental ballistic missiles at massive military parade

N.Korea showcases probable intercontinental ballistic missiles at massive military parade, By Dagyum Ji
Photos suggest two ICBM variants may currently be under development

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence arrives in South Korea

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence arrives in South Korea, By JH Ahn
Three days of talks will likely focus on DPRK, THAAD: experts

North Korea’s April 15 military parade, in pictures, By Chad O’Carroll and Oliver Hotham
The DPRK celebrated KIS’s 105th birthday in classic style -and NK News was there to document it

In pictures: Pyongyang celebrates Day of the Sun with mass dance, By Hamish Macdonald 
After the military parade, citizens took to Kim Il Sung square by

Kim Jong Un oversees major military parade in Pyongyang

Kim Jong Un oversees major military parade in Pyongyang, By Hamish Macdonald and Oliver Hotham
Celebration held to mark anniversary of Kim Il Sung’s birth

Preparations for military parade observed in North Korean capital

Preparations for military parade observed in North Korean capital, By Chad O’Carroll
Scores of military vehicles seen by NK News on Thursday evening in Pyongyang

N.Korean military threatens to raze U.S. army bases in S.Korea

N.Korean military threatens to raze U.S. army bases in S.Korea, By Dagyum Ji
Nuclear and preemptive strikes included in ‘toughest countermeasures’ against U.S.

Top NK-MHI Stories from around the web:

Carl Vinson to arrive here next Tuesday (Korea Herald) In a growing show of force against North Korea, the United States’ Carl Vinson Strike Group is expected to arrive at South Korea’s eastern waters on April 25, in time for the communist regime’s army foundation anniversary, said Seoul officials Monday…

Why do 12 percent of Americans like North Korea? (The Peninsula) Twelve percent of Americans have a favorable view of North Korea, according to a new poll from Pew Research Center. It is unclear who these 12 percent are, but the survey does give some clues. Breaking the numbers down by demographics, 19 percent of those with a high school degree or less see North Korea favorably…

Chinese Stocks Decline as Concern Over North Korea Persists (Bloomberg) Shares in mainland China slid on concern over regional geopolitical tension and the stock regulator’s call for stricter supervision of companies. The Shanghai Composite Index declined 0.7 percent to 3,222.17 at the close, the lowest level since March 30. Utilities and materials shares were among the biggest decliners…

A ‘Cuban Missile Crisis in Slow Motion’ in North Korea (New York Times) So far, Mr. Trump has played his hand — militarily, at least — as cautiously as his predecessors: A series of Situation Room meetings has come to the predictable conclusion that while the United States can be more aggressive, it should stop just short of confronting the North so frontally that it risks rekindling the Korean War…

Test or No Test, the List of Options in North Korea Is Quickly Narrowing

Test or No Test, the List of Options in North Korea Is Quickly Narrowing (The Diplomat) Are there any good options ahead in North Korea? “If North Korea does test a nuclear device — or perhaps an intercontinental ballistic missile — this weekend, the United States is likely to respond. President Trump has drawn the red lines and he campaigned on promises to follow through on them…

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