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Not surprising if North Korea tests missile again - Central Intelligence Agency chief
13 August 2017, 07:38 | Darnell Patrick
CIA chief says 'nothing imminent'
"It is probably fair to say they are moving toward that at an ever-alarming rate", he said when asked whether North Korea has nuclear weapons capable of hitting the U.S.
Pompeo also defended President Donald Trump's warning that North Korea, which has been in conflict with the United States since the start of the Korean War in 1950, would face "fire and fury" if it issued any more threats to the USA, comments that were widely criticized last week as overheated and interpreted by some as threatening a preemptive nuclear attack.
New U.N. sanctions condemning North Korea's rapidly developing nuclear program drew fresh ire and threats from the North. Trump, responding to a report that USA intelligence indicates Pyongyang can now put a nuclear warhead on its long-range missiles, vowed to rain down "fire and fury" if challenged.
Senior U.S. national security officials said Sunday that a military confrontation with North Korea's is not imminent, but they cautioned that the possibility of war is greater than it was a decade ago.
"They've been growing closer for two decades plus ..."
President Trump wrote on Twitter on Friday that U.S.
The top US military officer, Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford, is traveling in Asia and expected to meet with leaders in South Korea, Japan and China.
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North Korea talk drags stocks lower; gold, yen rise
The dollar index (.DXY), which measures the USA currency against a basket of other major currencies, fell 0.14 percent. Crude oil prices tumbled on the back of the selloff on Wall Street and lingering concerns over global oversupply.
Trump has pushed China to pressure North Korea to halt a nuclear weapons program that is nearing the capability of targeting the United States.
President Trump has also insisted that "nobody loves a peaceful solution better than President Trump". North Korea's achievements have significantly escalated the threat.
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, frequently a critic of the president, said he supported his approach to North Korea so far.
U.S. President Donald Trump has made clear how the U.S. will respond to North Korea's provocations, and hopefully, the regime will understand, Pompeo added. "I have President Trump's back on this".
This weekend, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel urged the United States and South Korea to make their planned joint military exercise "as unprovocative as possible".
Earlier this week, alarm bells sounded as North Korea warned that it was considering launching a salvo of four intermediate-range ballistic missiles towards Guam, home to thousands of civilians and troops, as well as numerous strategic military assets, as a show of force.
A "spiral of violence" could quickly follow, he said.
USA stocks tumble on North Korea worries
Stocks were trading lower on Thursday, Aug. 10, as the threat of conflict with North Korea continued to percolate. Priceline Group dropped 8 percent after issuing a profit forecast that was weaker than analysts were expecting.
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The far-right demonstration in Charlottesville was held in protest against the removal of a statue honoring Confederate Gen. According to a report from CBS News , at least four people were injured and "at least six people are on the ground".