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25 September 2017, 12:29 | Katrina Lee
China urges North Korea not to go further in a 'dangerous direction'
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.
"Our new executive order will cut off sources of revenue that fund North Korea's efforts to develop the deadliest weapons known to humankind", Trump said.
Evans Revere, a former State Department official and expert on East Asia, said Friday he believes the North is intent on launching an intercontinental ballistic missile, or ICBM, like the Hwasong-14 on a combat trajectory to determine the survivability of a mock warhead. Meanwhile, White House reported that Trump and Korean president, Moon Jae-in, had agreed to " acquisition and development of military assets highly advanced" on part of Seoul and a greater deployment of strategic assets of U.S.in South Korea, although without citing weapons systems specific. Independent reports in its article Russian Federation could be America's greatest ally against North Korea that Moscow may have less direct influence with Pyongyang than does Beijing, but it evokes far less nationalistic resentment and suspicion among North Koreans.
But the country's quake monitoring centre later went on the say a magnitude 3.4 natural disaster was not the result of a fresh missile test. A South Korean expert said the quake could have been caused by geological stress created from the recent nuclear explosion.
The latest alert comes amid heightened tensions in the Korean peninsula.
There have been concerns about the stability of the nuclear test site since the September 3 detonation.
"This event occurred in the area of the previous North Korean Nuclear tests".
It imposes a 180-day ban on vessels and aircraft that have visited North Korea from visiting the US.
After the last test, which North Korea said was a hydrogen bomb, initial reports from the USGS put the tremor at magnitude 5.6 with a depth of 10km but this was later upgraded to magnitude 6.3 at 0km.
Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho spoke to reporters in NY, where he is attending the United Nations General Assembly and is scheduled to speak on Saturday.
Pyongyang later said it had tested a hydrogen bomb that could be fitted onto a missile - an assertion that no foreign government has so far confirmed.
Japan talking only about sanctions on North Korea rather than dialogue will be seen as going against United Nations resolutions, Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi told his Japanese counterpart. Trump should not follow in Truman's footsteps and commit the United States to waging war again in Korea.
South Korea's Yonhap news agency quoted the Korea Meteorological Agency (KMA) as saying "there is no possibility that this could be an artificial quake". "It is necessary not to make Trump, a source of the world's worst misfortune, survive to run amok and not to make the USA exist on this planet as it only inflicts untold suffering and misfortune upon the Korean nation and humankind".
"Kim Jong Un would have to accept considerable risk of failure - or worse, a missile carrying a nuclear warhead could crash into Japan - if he elects to use the Hwasong-12 or -14", Elleman said.
Frustrated that China had not done more to rein in North Korea, the Trump administration considered new sanctions in July on small Chinese banks and other firms doing business with Pyongyang, two senior us officials told Reuters. That's in addition to cyberwarfare capabilities, a biological weapons research program and a chemical weapons stockpile.
With assistance from Kanga Kong, Stanley James, Gearoid Reidy, Shinhye Kang and Andy Sharp.
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