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به نقل از خبرگزاریها در مورد korea : the us and south korea formally announced on tuesday that large-scale joint military exercises in august would be cancelled in order to maintain the momentum of talks with north korea over denucleari ion. lear differences of opinion are emerging between south korea and the us over how to deal with north korea, with the us accusing pyongyang of attempting to “buy time” to further a nce its nuclear weapons and bal ic missile programmes. north korea will send another high-level delegation to south korea in time for the closing ceremony of the pyeongchang winter olympics, the south’s ministry of unification said on thursday. the united states and south korea agreed on thursday to proceed with the deployment of an a nced u.s. missile defense system that has angered china, a day after north korea's latest test launch drew condemnation across the volatile region. egypt’s defence minister, sedki sobhi, announced today that his country has cut military ties with north korea, a report by south korea’s yonhap news agency revealed. a peace activist said in an interview with sputnik that by rushing to deploy the terminal high altitude area defense (thaad) system on the korean peninsula, washington is trying to "up the ante" in the region, provoking extreme opposition in china, north korea and south korea. north korea is planning to show off dozens of long-range missiles at a february 8 parade, the day before the winter olympics is set to begin in south korea, two diplomatic sources with deep knowledge of north korea's intentions told cnn wednesday. president trump ured south korea’s acting president on monday of the united states’ “ironclad” commitment to defend the country, agreeing with seoul to strengthen joint defense capabilities against north korea. u.s. vice president mike pence put north korea on notice on monday neither the united states nor south korea would tolerate further missile and nuclear tests, with u.s. attacks in syria and afghanistan showing its resolve. korea/ 4x111/gsmarena_000.jpg" width="184" height="111" hspace="3" alt="" border="0" align=left style="background:#333333;padding:0px;margin:0px 4px 0px 0px;border-style:solid;border-color:#aaaaaa;border-width:1px" /> apple has sold out the iphone x in south korea - lg and samsung's home market. south korea's biggest carrier - sk telecom - has confirmed that it has exhausted all of its iphone x pre-order stock in 3 minutes - in contrast, the initial iphone 7 stock took 20 minutes a year ago. sk telecom has said to korea's yonhap news agency that it had less than half as many iphone x units as it had iphone 8 ones and that the silver iphone x took about 1 minute to sell out in pre-orders. industry analysts estimate that around 150,000 iphone x units were allocated to south korea. according... north korea test-fired a bal ic missile into the sea off its east coast on wednesday, south korea's military said, according to reuters, ahead of a summit between u.s. and chinese leaders who are set to discuss pyongyang's arms program. if pyongyang follows through with its promise to denuclearise, private american firms will be allowed to invest in north korea, giving the hermit kingdom the chance at economic prosperity that “will rival” that of south korea, us secretary of state mike pompeo said on sunday. reining in north korea’s nuclear ambitions will top south korean president moon jae-in’s agenda in beijing during a visit this week aimed at breaking the ice after a furious row with china over seoul’s deployment of a u.s. anti-missile system. the united states has started to deploy attack drones to south korea, a u.s. military spokesman said on monday, days after it began to deploy an a nced anti-missile system to counter "continued provocative actions" by isolated north korea. china, fearing a id escalation of tension on the korean peninsula, called on north korea on wednesday to stop its nuclear and missile tests and for south korea and the united states to stop joint military drills and seek talks instead. the eu and nato condemned sunday’s bal ic missile launch by north korea. brussels called on the isolationist regime to abandon its weapons programs and instead engage in “credible and meaningful dialogue with the international community” while nato demanded that north korea “comply with its international obligations.” the united states started to deploy the first elements of its a nced anti-missile defense system in south korea on tuesday after north korea's test of four bal ic missiles, u.s. pacific command said, despite angry opposition from china. north korean ers stole a large amount of cl ified military documents, including south korea-u.s. wartime operational plans to wipe out the north korean leadership, a south korean ruling party lawmaker said on wednesday. despite the recent thaw on the korean peninsula, north korea hasn't abandoned its plans to possess a nuclear deterrent. japan’s chief cabinet secretary said that united nations security council should consider the introduction of new sanctions against north korea following the recent launch of a bal ic missile by pyongyang. south korea minister of trade, industry and energy paik un-gyu will visit saudi arabia in a bid to support south korea’s bid to win contracts to build nuclear power plants in the middle eastern country. donald trump took a conciliatory tone at his meeting with chinese president xi jinping where the leaders agreed to keep working on the nuclear threat posed by north korea and bilateral trade irritants. donald trump’s government on monday ruled out talks with north korea over its nuclear programme and the fate of americans being held there. the value of north korea's untapped minerals would be enough to pay every one of earth's seven billion people more than $1000. with tensions rising between the us and north korea, the pentagon on sunday called for the isolated communist nation to avoid destabilizing the situation further. us-led sanctions and us president donald trump’s “maximum pressure” strategy had nothing to do with north korea’s recently declared intention to denuclearise, pyongyang said on sunday. the u.s. state department’s special representative for north korea policy, joseph yun, plans to retire on friday, just as signs are emerging that pyongyang may be willing to talk with washington. according to the head of the new party daichi, it is necessary to involve north korea in a dialogue as the pressure on pyongyang should not be considered as the only way to resolve the crisis on the korean peninsula. north korea is "almost certain" to have bal ic missiles within six to 18 months that can reach the uk, mps have warned. un amb ador nikki haley insisted north korea would get the right message as the international community seeks to halt its arms programme. north and south korea are discussing a possible non-aggression pledge by the united states to the north and a start of peace treaty talks to address pyongyang’s security concerns before a north korea-u.s. summit, a senior south korean official said on sunday. north korean leader kim jong un visits a factory in this undated picture provided by kcna in pyongyang on november 4, 2017. source: kcna via reuters the u.s. military flew two strategic bombers over the korean peninsula in a show of force late on tuesday, as president donald trump met top defense officials to discuss how to respond to any threat from north korea. north korea's foreign ministry said on wednesday it rejected a u.n. security council statement denouncing its latest missile launch test. the repatriation of troops' remains is one of the commitments made during a landmark summit between north korea's kim jong-un and us president donald trump in june. cooling tensions with north korea have some japanese questioning plans to expand their nation’s missile defense. samsung put a lot of focus into its new bixby istant for the launch of the galaxy s8 and s8+. four aspects of bixby were announced at the event: vision, remind, home, and voice, the latter of which is still not functional outside of samsung's home market of korea. a samsung spokesperson told the korea herald that "developing bixby in other languages is taking more time than we expected mainly because of the lack of the accumulation of big data," and there are a number of obstacles that are causing the consistent delays. communication between the english engineering team and korea is... south korea has declined a renewed demand from the united states to share the costs of deploying u.s. troops (its strategic ets) in and around the korean peninsula. us defence secretary james mattis is set to visit south korea and japan next month, using his first official overseas trip to reaffirm america’s support for its asian allies. north korea says it has moved closer to test-firing an intercontinental bal ic missile with the potential of hitting the u.s. mainland. u.s. lawmakers want to leave briefings on north korea on wednesday with something many think has been absent in the trump administration so far: a clear strategy for dealing with a major national security threat. the u.s. army and south korean military responded to north korea’s latest launch with their own exercise of missiles, launching them wednesday into south korean territorial waters along the country’s eastern coastline, u.s. pacific command said in a statement. the launches were directly in response to “north korea’s destabilizing and unlawful actions,” pacific command said, according to the washington post. north korea has continued to upgrade its only known nuclear reactor used to fuel its weapons program, ellite imagery has shown, despite ongoing negotiations with the us and a pledge to denuclearise. the u.s. treasury has black ed a russian bank for reasons related to north korea sanctions. north korea carried out a provocative new bal ic missile test early sunday, sending a projectile to a higher altitude and closer to russia than any of its recent tests, according to officials. as tensions between the us and north korea has been in the rise during the last weeks, north korean leaders are trying to show strength by conducting a military parade, showcasing their long-range bal ic missiles. at the same time, they have warned the us that any act of aggression could lead to a harsh response. november is a month, often ociated with falling leaves and samsung got inspired as well. the company launched new color option of the galaxy s8, named burgundy red. the phone is already available in south korea. screens s from the samsung mobile korea video in a picturesque youtube commercial, samsung mobile korea unveiled the new phone. the front stays black as usual, while the back is now dark red. all the scenes take place in a warm, fuzzy environment with plenty of sweaters and long coats. the galaxy s8 arrives in korea with exynos 8895 chipset. it has 4 gb ram... as president donald trump prepares to decide on certifying the iran nuclear deal, the white house has come to see a idly escalating standoff with north korea as both a complicating factor and a cautionary tale. ft - the white house has launched a review of north korea policy, reflecting the growing nuclear threat from pyongyang that barack obama told donald trump would represent his most pressing national security challenge. the united states said on tuesday it believed it could persuade china to impose new un sanctions on north korea following its latest bal ic missile test and warned that washington would also target and "call out" countries supporting pyongyang.