Cannot be complacent about potential threat of N. Korean missiles - UK minister

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Pyongyang announced the Korean People's Army special forces during a military parade over the weekend, which marked the anniversary of the 105th birthday of Kim Il Sung, who founded the country and is the grandfather of current leader Kim Jong Un.

"North Korea has referred to me as the lesser evil". "They are afraid of the firm alliance between South Korea and the USA, and of strong independent defense capabilities". "The Kim Jong-un regime is afraid of me", the candidate said on his campaign trail in Daegu, 302 kilometers southeast of Seoul.

The Pentagon has told Business Insider that the U.S. does not train for decapitation attacks of any kind but would not comment on whether SEAL Team 6 was in South Korea.

The 2008 presidential nominee added that he's known for his straight talk, that the North Korean leader, "is insane and that's what makes him unsafe so why not call people what they are".

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At the time, North Korean officials said those words were equal to a declaration of war.

Vice President Mike Pence, visiting the demilitarized zone on Monday, said the United States had no more strategic patience with North Korea was considering military force against the regime.

To Nallakarupan's original question as why Malaysia did not break off diplomatic relations with North Korea, Reezal Merican said the the government chose to continue diplomatic ties with Pyongyang in view of the longstanding relations which have lasted over four decades. Jong-nam's body was also repatriated to North Korea the same day, accompanied by three North Korean nationals who had been holed up at the North Korean embassy here.

North Korea's deputy U.N. ambassador accused the United States on Monday of turning the Korean Peninsula into "the world's biggest hotspot" and creating "a risky situation in which a thermonuclear war may break out at any moment".

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