South Korea’s sports minister, Do Jong-hwan, suggested that North Korea host some events at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic games in an attempt to engage Kim Jong Un and promote peace, the Guardian reports. The idea reflects a larger effort by South Korea’s newly elected President Moon Jae-in, who seeks to revive the old “sunshine policy” whereby South Korea makes overtures of friendship and unity to the North to ease military tensions. Moon has also pushed for both Koreas to host the 2030 World Cup, saying “if the neighbouring countries in north-east Asia, including North and South Korea, can host the World Cup together, it would help to create peace.” North Korean

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South Korea’s sports minister, Do Jong-hwan, suggested that North Korea host some events at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic games in an attempt to engage Kim Jong Un and promote peace, the Guardian reports. The idea reflects a larger effort by South Korea’s newly elected President Moon Jae-in, who seeks to revive the old “sunshine policy” whereby South Korea makes overtures of friendship and unity to the North to ease military tensions. Moon has also pushed for both Koreas to host the 2030 World Cup, saying “if the neighbouring countries in north-east Asia, including North and South Korea, can host the World Cup together, it would help to create peace.” North Korean

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Otto Warmbier, the American college student who had been detained by North Korea and in a coma for 15 of his 17 months there, was likely tortured through repeated use of a drug that used to given to administer lethal injections, according to a retired Army colonel. “He was tortured not so much [by way of] pulling fingernails out with tools but by repeated drugging – sodium pentothal,” Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer told Fox Business on Wednesday. North Korea likely gave Warmbier the drugs repeatedly to try and figure out if he was a spy, Shaffer told Fox. Sodium pentothal used to be the first of the three drugs given during

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Otto Warmbier, the American college student who had been detained by North Korea and in a coma for 15 of his 17 months there, was likely tortured through repeated use of a drug that used to given to administer lethal injections, according to a retired Army colonel. “He was tortured not so much [by way of] pulling fingernails out with tools but by repeated drugging – sodium pentothal,” Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer told Fox Business on Wednesday. North Korea likely gave Warmbier the drugs repeatedly to try and figure out if he was a spy, Shaffer told Fox. Sodium pentothal used to be the first of the three drugs given during

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Kim Jong Un might fire off missiles on a whim, but the North Korean leader lives in fear – of his own assassination. South Korean’s intelligence agency told lawmakers last week that the communist leader feels “extremely nervous” about possible plots to eliminate him, according to a report in the Korea Herald. (Twitter) South Korean National Intelligence Services told a private session of parliament that Un now prefers to use “subordinates’ cars, such as a Lexus car,” and not his personal Mercedes-Benz 600, said Rep. Lee Cheol-woo of the main opposition Liberty Party of Korea, who attended the meeting. It has been reported that some nations want to establish a team to

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Kim Jong Un might fire off missiles on a whim, but the North Korean leader lives in fear – of his own assassination. South Korean’s intelligence agency told lawmakers last week that the communist leader feels “extremely nervous” about possible plots to eliminate him, according to a report in the Korea Herald. (Twitter) South Korean National Intelligence Services told a private session of parliament that Un now prefers to use “subordinates’ cars, such as a Lexus car,” and not his personal Mercedes-Benz 600, said Rep. Lee Cheol-woo of the main opposition Liberty Party of Korea, who attended the meeting. It has been reported that some nations want to establish a team to

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One day after the death Otto Warmbier, an American college student detained in North Korea for more than 17 months, the United States sent a pair of supersonic bombers over the Korean Peninsula in a show of force against North Korea, South Korean officials said, according to Fox News. Two U.S. Rockwell B-1 Lancer supersonic heavy bombers took part in routine exercises with South Korean fighter jets in an effort to deter North Korean aggression. The two bombers conducted separate drills with Japanese and South Korean air forces, according to the U.S. Military. B-1B bombers have been sent over North Korea previously, such as when North Korea conducted ballistic missile tests that violated United

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One day after the death Otto Warmbier, an American college student detained in North Korea for more than 17 months, the United States sent a pair of supersonic bombers over the Korean Peninsula in a show of force against North Korea, South Korean officials said, according to Fox News. Two U.S. Rockwell B-1 Lancer supersonic heavy bombers took part in routine exercises with South Korean fighter jets in an effort to deter North Korean aggression. The two bombers conducted separate drills with Japanese and South Korean air forces, according to the U.S. Military. B-1B bombers have been sent over North Korea previously, such as when North Korea conducted ballistic missile tests that violated United

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Otto Warmbier, an American college student who was detained in North Korea for 17 months, died Monday afternoon, his family said. “It is our sad duty to report that our son, Otto Warmbier, has completed his journey home,” his family said in a statement. “Surrounded by his loving family, Otto died today at 2:20 p.m.” Warmbier had been in a coma for 15 of the 17 months he was detained in North Korea. Last week, doctors at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center said that Warmbier was “in a state of unresponsive wakefulness,” and had suffered severe brain injury. Warmbier was medically evacuated from North Korea last week, through the efforts of Secretary of

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Otto Warmbier, an American college student who was detained in North Korea for 17 months, died Monday afternoon, his family said. “It is our sad duty to report that our son, Otto Warmbier, has completed his journey home,” his family said in a statement. “Surrounded by his loving family, Otto died today at 2:20 p.m.” Warmbier had been in a coma for 15 of the 17 months he was detained in North Korea. Last week, doctors at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center said that Warmbier was “in a state of unresponsive wakefulness,” and had suffered severe brain injury. Warmbier was medically evacuated from North Korea last week, through the efforts of Secretary of

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A 22-year-old American student, Otto Warmbier, is back in the United States after being detained in North Korea for 17 months, and he is suffering from extensive brain damage, according to doctors and his family – who say it was likely at the hand of the North Koreans that this happened. “Otto has been terrorized and brutalized,” his father, Fred Warmbier, told Fox News’ Tucker Carlson in an exclusive interview on Thursday. (Twitter) Otto Warmbier was medically evacuated from the country earlier this week, after the efforts of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and the Trump Administration. He arrived in Cincinnati, Ohio, on June 13. The University of Virginia undergrad was serving

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A 22-year-old American student, Otto Warmbier, is back in the United States after being detained in North Korea for 17 months, and he is suffering from extensive brain damage, according to doctors and his family – who say it was likely at the hand of the North Koreans that this happened. “Otto has been terrorized and brutalized,” his father, Fred Warmbier, told Fox News’ Tucker Carlson in an exclusive interview on Thursday. (Twitter) Otto Warmbier was medically evacuated from the country earlier this week, after the efforts of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and the Trump Administration. He arrived in Cincinnati, Ohio, on June 13. The University of Virginia undergrad was serving

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North Korea will build a nuclear missile that can hit the US mainland within a short period — for that reason the US considers them the top threat to security. The US has no practical way to counter North Korea’s nuclear development. The US will just have to live with the fact that North Korean nukes can range its major cities, just like South Korea and Japan already do. Secretary of Defense James Mattis didn’t mince words before the House Armed Services Committee on Monday night, saying North Korea — not Russia or terrorism — represented the top threat to the US in 2017. “North Korea’s continued pursuit of nuclear weapons and

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North Korea will build a nuclear missile that can hit the US mainland within a short period — for that reason the US considers them the top threat to security. The US has no practical way to counter North Korea’s nuclear development. The US will just have to live with the fact that North Korean nukes can range its major cities, just like South Korea and Japan already do. Secretary of Defense James Mattis didn’t mince words before the House Armed Services Committee on Monday night, saying North Korea — not Russia or terrorism — represented the top threat to the US in 2017. “North Korea’s continued pursuit of nuclear weapons and

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American college student Otto Warmbier has been in a coma for 15 of the 17 months he was detained in North Korea, and had to be medically evacuated from the country, according to reports. (Twitter) This is how people are making big money off of Trump’s stock market. North Korea has released Warmbier, who had been detained in the country since January 2016, according to U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Warmbier’s parents, Fred and Cindy Warmbier. The 22-year-old reportedly contracted botulism, which is food poisoning caused by bacteria growing on improperly sterilized canned foods. His parents learned he was in a coma only one week ago, according to CNN. Warmbier

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American college student Otto Warmbier has been in a coma for 15 of the 17 months he was detained in North Korea, and had to be medically evacuated from the country, according to reports. (Twitter) This is how people are making big money off of Trump’s stock market. North Korea has released Warmbier, who had been detained in the country since January 2016, according to U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Warmbier’s parents, Fred and Cindy Warmbier. The 22-year-old reportedly contracted botulism, which is food poisoning caused by bacteria growing on improperly sterilized canned foods. His parents learned he was in a coma only one week ago, according to CNN. Warmbier

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North Korea has released American college student Otto Warmbier, who was detained in the country for 17 months, according to U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Warmbier’s parents. (Twitter) This is how people are making big money off of Trump’s stock market. “At the direction of the President, the Department of State has secured the release of Otto Warmbier from North Korea,” according to a statement from Tillerson. “Mr. Warmbier is en route to the U.S. where he will be reunited with his family.” “The Department of State continues to have discussions with the DPRK [Democratic People’s Republic of Korea] regarding the three other American citizens who are detained,” Tillerson

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North Korea has released American college student Otto Warmbier, who was detained in the country for 17 months, according to U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Warmbier’s parents. (Twitter) This is how people are making big money off of Trump’s stock market. “At the direction of the President, the Department of State has secured the release of Otto Warmbier from North Korea,” according to a statement from Tillerson. “Mr. Warmbier is en route to the U.S. where he will be reunited with his family.” “The Department of State continues to have discussions with the DPRK [Democratic People’s Republic of Korea] regarding the three other American citizens who are detained,” Tillerson

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NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman is headed for a return visit to North Korea, this time as a “private citizen.” (Twitter) This is how people are making big money off of Trump’s stock market. The Trump Administration confirmed Monday to Fox News that Rodman was heading back for his first visit there in more than three years. Aside from his basketball fame, Rodman was also a contestant on the reality TV show Celebrity Apprentice, which President Donald Trump made infamous; Trump was not President at the time his show was running on television. Rodman was a contestant on season eight of The Apprentice, which aired in 2009. Rodman’s visit to the communist country under

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NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman is headed for a return visit to North Korea, this time as a “private citizen.” (Twitter) This is how people are making big money off of Trump’s stock market. The Trump Administration confirmed Monday to Fox News that Rodman was heading back for his first visit there in more than three years. Aside from his basketball fame, Rodman was also a contestant on the reality TV show Celebrity Apprentice, which President Donald Trump made infamous; Trump was not President at the time his show was running on television. Rodman was a contestant on season eight of The Apprentice, which aired in 2009. Rodman’s visit to the communist country under

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