Kim said the latest missile test was “an occasion to send an adequate warning to the joint military drill now underway by the US and South Korean authorities,” according to KCNA.
US President Donald Trump announced on Thursday he will hit China with punitive tariffs on another $300 billion in goods, prompting Beijing to warn it was the wrong way to resolve the trade war.
Washington said it will oppose “the extension of any loan or financial or technical assistance to Russia” by international financial institutions and put limits on US banks from financing Russian
NBC News said three US officials had confirmed they had information of Hamza Bin Laden's death, but gave no details of the place or date.
The rivalry between the two superpowers is framed by a trade war that has cramped global growth and seeded uncertainty across Asia's economies.
The US, which invaded Afghanistan and toppled the Taliban in 2001, wants to withdraw thousands of troops but only in return for the insurgent group renouncing Al-Qaeda and curbing attacks.
Federal judge Randolph Moss, sitting in Washington, ruled that the policy was “in excess of statutory... authority”.
As part of a "Ceasefire" weekend that began early Friday, activists marched to the Park Avenue corner and other sites in Baltimore's downtown to remember victims of violence in a city with one of the highest murder rates in the US.
The young cow broke out of the Saba Live Poultry store in Bloomfield on July 13 and ran behind the Home Depot store across the street. The animal eluded several people who tried to corral it before employees from the halal butcher shop wrestled it to the ground and Musaed cut its throat.