Everyone has been talking for the past week about the aircraft carrier strike group President Donald Trump dispatched toward the Korean peninsula as a warning to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, but Kim seems not to have gotten the message thus far, considering his grand military parade and continued provocative missile launches.
(RNN) – The U.S. Air Force dropped the GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast bomb in the Nangahar Province in Afghanistan on a suspected ISIS target, military officials said.
President Donald Trump softened his position on China, citing the need for them to help the United States deal with the threat posed by North Korea.
On Thursday, the eyes of the world were again on Syria. Earlier in the week, strongman Bashar Assad incensed decent human beings everywhere when he apparently used nerve gas on his own citizens. The New York Times reported that attack killed at least 86 people in the rebel-held province of Idlib.
In an interview aired on Sunday, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) described Thursday night’s missile strikes on Syrian military airbases as a “first step,” calling for a “strategy [to] bring about peace in the region.”
On Tuesday, U.S. officials revealed that North Korea tested another advanced ballistic missile engine last Friday. It was the third such test in the past month.