Korea tests new rocket engine: USA media


A North Korean official on Friday said he will discuss the idea of co-hosting South Korea's 2018 Winter Games with Olympic chief Thomas Bach, as Seoul denied suggesting such a move.

American officials said agreeing to decrease military presence in the Korean peninsula in order to freeze their nuclear and ballistic tests did not work out during the previous instances USA agreed with the proposal.

North Korea's state media, normally quick to publicise successful missile-related developments, did not carry any reports on the engine test.

"But I am here as an International Olympic Committee member of North Korea, and representing the IOC".

US President Donald Trump has made halting the North Korean nuclear threat his number one foreign policy priority.

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South Korean intelligence services told lawmakers recently that the moves of US and South Korean forces make Kim "extremely nervous", according to the Korea Herald.

A 2008 Congressional Research Service report figured North Korea's illicit activities could bring in anywhere from $500 million to $1 billion in profits annually.

Japanese media reports that for Otto Warmbier's release, Pyongyang had asked for visit by former United States president North Korea demanded that the United States take part in direct nuclear negotiations without Chinese participation, Japan's Asahi Shimbun newspaper reported. "We just need to keep the pressure on China, we need to keep our eyes on Russian Federation, and we need to continue to let the North Korea regime know we are not looking for regime change ... we just want them to stop the nuclear activity", Haley said.

North Korea has conducted five nuclear tests since 2006, including two previous year.

This week also saw some feelers from North Korea regarding talks to end the increasing tension between Pyongyang and Washington.

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Other information the two governments fear could be accessed by North Korea includes data gathered by an eight-member panel of experts tasked by the Security Council with making recommendations on how to implement sanctions against Pyongyang.

The US has also urged China, Pyongyang's sole ally, to exert more economic and diplomatic pressure on North Korea to help rein in its nuclear and missile programmes.

Earlier on Thursday, North Korea called Trump a "psychopath" as tensions escalated following the death of American student Otto Warmbier, who was evacuated in a coma from North Korean detention last week.

The soldier expressed his intention to defect after reaching the GP inside the Demilitarized Zone bisecting the two Koreas, military sources said. Trump, increasingly frustrated with China over its inaction on North Korea and bilateral trade issues, is now considering possible trade actions against Beijing, senior administration officials told Reuters.

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