BREAKING NEWS Out Of South Korea

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South Korean President Moon Jae-in said he’s willing to have meetings with North Korean Dictator Kim Jong Un amid heightened tensions in the wake of Pyongyang’s first successful test of an intercontinental ballistic missile that can hit Alaska.

Moon, in a speech ahead of the G-20 summit in Germany, also  proposed the two Koreas resume reunions of families separated by war, stop hostile activities along the DMZ and cooperate on the 2018 Olympics to be held in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Fox News reported.

“The current situation where there is no contact between the relevant authorities of the South and the North is highly dangerous,” Moon said. “I am ready to meet with Chairman Kim Jong Un of North Korea at any time at any place, if the conditions are met and if it will provide an opportunity to transform the tension and confrontation on the Korean Peninsula.”

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Moon added that he is ready to put all issues on the negotiating table, including the North’s nuclear program and the signing of a peace treaty to officially end the Korean War.

Meanwhile, President Trump sent two U.S. Air Force B-1 bombers on a mission Saturday where they flew near the Korean Demilitarized Zone in a show of force.

Fox News reported that the two B-1 bombers flew 2,000 miles from Anderson Air Force Base in Guam to conduct a precision strike training exercise with South Korean fighter jets. The bombers were also joined by Japanese fighters during their flight.

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The Air Force, in a statement, called the mission a “demonstration of the ironclad U.S. commitment to our allies.”

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The bombers, which can carry 84 500-pound bombs, fired releasing inert weapons at the Pilsung Range. The mission took 10 hours, according to the statement.

“North Korea’s actions are a threat to our allies, partners and homeland,” Gen. Terrence O’ Shaughnessy, the Pacific Air Forces commander, said. “Let me be clear, if called upon we are trained, equipped and ready to unleash the full lethal capability of our allied air forces.”

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God Bless.

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