In bold move, Trump decides to visit North Korean border

In bold move, Trump decides to visit North Korean border

The Asia Business Daily also reported that South Korea and the U.S. "have recently spotted about 30 Scud rockets being moved from Hwangju, south of the capital Pyongyang, to a missile maintenance facility in the western coastal city of Nampo", Bloomberg reported.

"Also among them were contingency plans for the South's special forces, reports to allies' top commanders, and information on key military facilities and power plants", Yonhap added, referring to Cheol-Hee's claims.

"There is a continued influx (into South Korean treasury bonds) from many central banks as they retain a stable outlook on South Korea's economic fundamentals and credit rating", Park Seong-dong, director general of the treasury bureau at the ministry told Reuters in an email interview.

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If Trumps opts for Panmunjom, where pistol-carrying North Korean soldiers stand guard just a stone's throw away, it would raise greater security concerns. The South Korean Agency refers to local military sources.

The source said Trump was considering visiting two locations inside the DMZ: the truce village of Panmujom and the observation post.

A South Korean lawmaker sent a shockwave through his country by providing documentation that a hacking operation conducted by North Korea announced last year was far more serious than previously reported.

UIJEONGBU, South Korea - Three workers were killed with two others injured after a high-rise crane collapsed at a construction site north of Seoul on Tuesday, authorities said.

"The North Koreans love to fire off their missiles or have their nuclear tests coincide with a big anniversary".

North Korea denied the accusation, according to the BBC, accusing South Korea of "fabricating" the news. "It is tweeting by another means", Bong said in an email to Bloomberg News.

Reports suggested Tuesday that North Korean hackers stole classified military documents that showed how the U.S. and South Korea would strategize during a potential war, according to the Deseret News.