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https://plus.google.com/109380522943523627031 Peter John John James Karsh -Arendas : GABRIEL NEWS NORTH KOREA : North Korea may be preparing for a new missile test-launch, U.S. officials...
GABRIEL NEWS NORTH KOREA :

North Korea may be preparing for a new missile test-launch, U.S. officials told Reuters on Thursday, after South Korean media reported movement of what could be components of an upgraded prototype of an intercontinental ballistic missile.

The U.S. officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the United States was seeing activity in North Korea indicating a possible ballistic missile test, including positioning of two mobile missile launchers.

Still, the timing of the test and precise type of missile remained unclear, the officials said.

In his New Year's speech, leader Kim Jong Un said North Korea was close to test launching an ICBM, and state media has said a launch could come at any time. Experts on the isolated and nuclear capable country's missile program believe the claims to be credible.

The Pentagon declined comment on its intelligence about the North Korea threat, but spokesman Peter Cook assured reporters that Washington's readiness would be not be diminished during the U.S. presidential transition, due to take place on Friday.

"I can't get into intelligence matters. I can't confirm what's been reported there," Cook told a news briefing.

"We would once again encourage North Korea not to engage in provocative actions that do nothing but destabilize the region."


South Korean intelligence agencies reported on Wednesday that they had recently spotted missile parts being transported, believed to be the lower-half of an ICBM, raising fears that a test-launch may be imminent, the Chosun Ilbo newspaper said, citing unidentified military sources.

"It was different from a conventional Musudan missile in its length and shape," the source told the Chosun Ilbo, referring to the Musudan intermediate-range missile tested by North Korea last year.

"It is possible they were moving it somewhere for assembly," the source said.

A spokesman for South Korea's Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Roh Jae-cheon, told a regular news briefing that while the reports could not be confirmed, the military was monitoring North Korea's ICBM development.

STORY BY : James Pearson and Phil Stewart | SEOUL/WASHINGTON
WORLD NEWS | Thu Jan 19, 2017


U.S. sees indications of possible North Korea missile test-launch
North Korea may be preparing for a new missile test-launch, U.S. officials told Reuters on Thursday, after South Korean media reported movement of what could be components of an upgraded prototype of an intercontinental ballistic missile.
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https://plus.google.com/116177424317162544086 ARIRANG NEWS : U.S. has significant defense capability to defend itself and allies: White House 백악관 "美•동맹국 방어능력 확고...
U.S. has significant defense capability to defend itself and allies: White House

백악관 "美•동맹국 방어능력 확고…필요시 사용할 준비돼"
In light of North Korea's threat to launch an intercontinental ballistic missile,... the United States has reiterated that it has more than enough firepower to defend itself and its allies.
At a regular press briefing Monday,... White House spokesperson Josh Earnest said the international community takes Pyongyang's recent remarks seriously and is concerned about its aggressive rhetoric.
The response from the White House comes after a North Korean official said the regime was just waiting for the green-light from leader Kim Jong-un to test-fire an ICBM.
However,... Earnest made clear that Washington does not want to respond militarily to North Korea's provocations,.. but instead hopes to see the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.
Kim Jong-un raised tensions this month when he used his New Year's address to state that North Korea was in the final stages of test-firing an ICBM capable of reaching the U.S. mainland.

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백악관 "美•동맹국 방어능력 확고…필요시 사용할 준비돼" In light of North Korea's threat to launch an intercontinental ballistic missile,... the United States has reiterated that it has more than enough firepower to defend itself and its allies. At a regular press briefing Monday,... White House spokesperson Josh Earnest said the international community takes Pyongyang's recent remarks seriously and is concerned about its aggressive rhetoric. The response from the White House comes after a North Korean official said the regime was just waiting for the green-light from leader Kim Jong-un to test-fire an ICBM. However,... Earnest made clear that Washington does not want to respond militarily to North Korea's provocations,.. but instead hopes to see the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. Kim Jong-un raised tensions this month when he used his New Year's address to state that North Korea was in the final stages of test-firing an ICBM capable of reaching the U.S. mainland. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Officia...
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https://plus.google.com/106913554097868743002 GBGLEAKS : the light of north korea’s threat to launch an intercontinental ballistic missile the united states ...
the light of north korea’s threat to launch an intercontinental ballistic missile the united states has reiterated that has more than enough firepower to defend itself and its allies and a regular press briefing on monday local time white house…
U.S. has significant defense capability to defend itself and allies: White House
the light of north korea’s threat to launch an intercontinental ballistic missile the united states has reiterated that has more than enough firepower to defend itself and its allies and a re…
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https://plus.google.com/103526214264713470748 Jon Kitchen :

U.S. Condemns North Korea’s Threat of a New Missile Test
Kim Jong Un says Pyongyang is in the "final stages" of testing an ICMB
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https://plus.google.com/115558787127518461362 Republic Moms : North Korea Threat! https://goo.gl/ijxcsp
North Korea Threat!

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Facing Growing North Korea Nuke Threat, Trump Vows: 'It Won't Happen!'
Donald Trump, North Korea Threat, Presidency, Politics, News | Facing Growing North Korea Nuke Threat, Trump Vows: 'It Won't Happen!' - Republic Moms
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https://plus.google.com/102642797796260539015 Harry Holler :

Trump Gets Serious About North Korea Threat, But China’s Not Pleased
President-elect Donald Trump insists that North Korea will not develop long-range nuclear missiles with ranges capable of holding American cities hostage. "We have reached the final stage of prepa
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https://plus.google.com/117744070733617459464 Captain Jack : Donald Trump Reacts To North Korea’s Threat To Launch Nuclear Weapon Against U.S. U.S. President-elect...
Donald Trump Reacts To North Korea’s Threat To Launch Nuclear Weapon Against U.S.
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump vowed Monday that North Korea won’t develop a system capable of delivering a nuclear weapon to the U.S.>> http://nigerianmotion.com/donald-trump-reacts-to-north-koreas-threat-to-launch-nuclear-weapon-against-u-s/

Donald Trump Reacts To North Korea’s Threat To Launch Nuclear Weapon Against U.S. - NIGERIANMOTION
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump vowed Monday that North Korea won’t develop a system capable of delivering a nuclear weapon to the U.S. Trump’s reaction comes a day after the North Korea’s leader said it is close to testing an intercontinental ballistic missile. “North Korea just stated that it is in the final stages of developing …
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https://plus.google.com/116537435158909367330 MJ D :

Trump Gets Serious About North Korea Threat, But China’s Not Pleased
President-elect Donald Trump insists that North Korea will not develop long-range nuclear missiles with ranges capable of holding American cities hostage. "We have reached the final stage of prepa
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https://plus.google.com/109063454847705067542 TheCakeMuffinCrew : For long has North Korea held nuclear weapons, we have been in peril. These were the words of Barack...
For long has North Korea held nuclear weapons, we have been in peril.

These were the words of Barack Obama beginning his casus beli against North Korea.

"We all know North Korea's threat to our world, and we all understand it. The French know, the Chinese know, the Egyptians know, and the Russians know. That is why we are going to be joined by 800,000 Russians."

"Our boys are prepared for war. 200,000 of them. We're ready to counteract any North Korean nukes and confiscate them. We will take them somewhere else."

"Prepare for the inevitable, America. It has come."

Mass production of tanks, infantry equipment and more increase industrial output by 24%.

Obama's speech increases some morale by 3% and patriotism by 12%.
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https://plus.google.com/111026462071985595868 The Diplomat : Obama's Asia-Pacific Legacy: Assessing Policy Toward Maritime Challenges and the North Korea Threat
Obama's Asia-Pacific Legacy: Assessing Policy Toward Maritime Challenges and the North Korea Threat
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https://plus.google.com/111026462071985595868 The Diplomat : South Korea Boosts Defense Budget Amid Rising North Korea Threat
South Korea Boosts Defense Budget Amid Rising North Korea Threat
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https://plus.google.com/116213708038281066585 Jose-Antonio Vargas : US must not overlook North Korea threat
US must not overlook North Korea threat
US must not overlook North Korea threat
The US should leverage its diplomatic, economic, intelligence and military capabilities to prevent continued North Korean weapons development, says Mike Rogers.
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Barack Obama Warns Donald Trump on North Korea Threat
The Obama administration sees North Korea as the top national-security priority for President-elect Donald Trump and has conveyed that view to his transition team.
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https://plus.google.com/103470133824814782102 Hustle On Time Radio :

Multilateral Effort Needed to Curb North Korea Cyber, Nuclear Threat
North Korea's continued testing of nuclear weapons and expanded submarine-launched ballistic missiles threaten not only the South Korea, United States forces on the peninsula, and Japan but the global community, one of Seoul's senior defense acquisition planners told a Washington forum Monday.
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https://plus.google.com/102688862276732743763 The Daily News : Obama Warns Trump on North Korea Threat
Obama Warns Trump on North Korea Threat
Obama Warns Trump on North Korea Threat
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https://plus.google.com/108427825517918855823 New Netherlander : South Korea, Japan agree intelligence-sharing on North Korea threat
South Korea, Japan agree intelligence-sharing on North Korea threat
South Korea, Japan agree intelligence-sharing on North Korea threat
South Korea and Japan signed a military intelligence pact on Wednesday to share sensitive information on the threat posed by North Korea's missile and nuclear activities, the South's defence ministry said.
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https://plus.google.com/107437298585412287965 Conrad Enterprise, Inc : Obama Warns Trump on North Korea Threat
Obama Warns Trump on North Korea Threat
Barack Obama Warns Donald Trump on North Korea Threat - WSJ
White House says new president’s top foreign priority should be nuclear Pyongyang
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https://plus.google.com/118150299005288804669 Ayasha Siddiqua :

S Korea, Japan agree intelligence-sharing on North Korea threat
The South Korean government proceeded with the arrangement notwithstanding restriction from some political gatherings and an expansive segment of the general population, who stay astringent over Japan's activities amid its fr...
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https://plus.google.com/105668243339599562024 George Kanaris : President-elect Donald Trump is leaning toward asking former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney to be his...
President-elect Donald Trump is leaning toward asking former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney to be his secretary of state, according to people familiar with the deliberations.

The next U.S. president is also likely to name retired Marine Gen. James Mattis to serve as secretary of defense in his administration, and South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley was picked to serve as the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, two people familiar with the matter said, awarding the rising Republican star with a key diplomatic post. And former presidential rival Ben Carson has been asked to consider leading the Department of Housing and Urban Development, according to Carson spokesman Armstrong Williams.

Delaying Mr. Trump’s decision about secretary of state is an internal tug of war between supporters of Mr. Romney, and those urging the selection of former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani. A third group is pressing the president-elect to keep searching for candidates.

The New York businessman views Mr. Romney as the prototypical choice to be the nation’s top diplomat, and a group of advisers inside the transition are pushing him to select the 2012 Republican presidential nominee. Two people said Mr. Trump is inclined to select Mr. Romney.
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THE TRUMP TRANSITION

A Michigan native, Mr. Romney was the son of prominent auto executive and later Michigan Gov. George Romney. Before turning to politics, Mr. Romney founded Bain Capital, a private-equity firm, and rescued the financially troubled 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, during which he interacted with an array of world leaders. He was elected governor of Massachusetts that same year.

Trump, Romney Make Move to Reconcile

Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican Presidential nominee, met with President-elect Donald Trump in Bedminster, N.J. on Saturday in a move for both men to make amends after a contentious election campaign. The meeting comes months after Romney tried to disqualify Trump from running for president. Photo: AP
Messrs. Trump and Romney were very critical of each other during the 2016 campaign, but both men appear to be ready to put that behind them. Vice President-elect Mike Pence greeted Mr. Romney personally outside the Bedminster, N.J., golf club where Mr. Trump was interviewing prospective appointees over the weekend. On Sunday, Mr. Pence said the session between Mr. Trump and Mr. Romney was “a very substantive meeting.”

But another faction is still pushing for Mr. Giuliani, who was one of Mr. Trump’s earliest supporters and has openly campaigned for the job. Mr. Giuliani, after leaving the mayor’s office, created a security consulting firm that has contracts with some foreign governments, including Qatar and Colombia.

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, speaking to reporters after meeting with Mr. Trump on Monday, said “there are huge advantages to Rudy Giuliani frankly, I think that, if you want someone who is going to go out and be a very tough negotiator for America and represent American interest in the way that Trump campaigned, I think that probably Rudy is a better pick and has the right temperament.”

A spokeswoman for Mr. Romney didn’t return messages seeking comment. Jason Miller, a spokesman for Mr. Trump, said “absolutely no decision has been made” on secretary of state.

Ms. Haley would be the first woman—and first minority—to join Mr. Trump’s administration.

“It was a good meeting. We talked about a multiple group of topics and it was nice meeting,” Ms. Haley told reporters.

Rob Godfrey, her deputy chief of staff, said Ms. Haley “is very encouraged about the coming administration and the new direction it will bring to Washington.”

Trump’s Inner Circle
The people who have been named, proposed or confirmed as cabinet and other top White House officials for president-elect Donald Trump.
The people who have been named, proposed or confirmed as cabinet and other top White House officials for president-elect Donald Trump.
While Mr. Trump’s initial picks for his next administration have focused exclusively on loyalists, Ms. Haley—like Mr. Romney—was a vocal opponent of the incoming president during the Republican primary. She implicitly criticized his candidacy during her Republican response to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union speech and, ahead of the South Carolina primary, said Mr. Trump was “everything a governor doesn’t want in a president.”

After he won the nomination, she said she would back him in the November election against Democrat Hillary Clinton. Ms. Haley met with Mr. Trump on Thursday in New York and told reporters on Monday in South Carolina that “when the president-elect calls and asks for a meeting, I would absolutely not turn that down.”

Ms. Haley, 44, is the second Asian-American of Indian descent to serve as governor in the U.S. Before winning her first election in 2004 to the South Carolina Statehouse, she worked at FCR Corp., a North Carolina waste management and recycling company, and later joined Exotica International, her family’s clothing business. As twice-elected governor, she has led trade missions to countries including India, Sweden and Germany.

The clearest consensus inside the transition team is for Gen. Mattis, a former war commander who has long voiced concerns about the security threat posed by Iran. He met with Mr. Trump on Saturday.

“He is the real deal,” Mr. Trump told reporters about Mr. Mattis after the meeting. “He is just a brilliant, wonderful man. What a career.”

Gen. Mattis, who retired after 43 years in the Marines and who rose to command all U.S. forces in the Middle East, would bring to the job a view of the international fight against extremism markedly different from that of the Obama administration. He has said the U.S. should pledge to put combat forces into the fight if necessary to defeat militants.

Write to Michael C. Bender at Mike.Bender@wsj.com and Damian Paletta at damian.paletta@wsj.com
Mitt Romney Leads Donald Trump’s Picks for Secretary of State
President-elect Donald Trump is leaning toward asking former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney to be his secretary of state, according to people familiar with the deliberations.
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