N. Korea hackers 'may have stolen' S. Korea-US military plans - MP

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North Korea may fire a batch of short-range missiles next week, according to multiple reports.

The remarks came in a meeting with the country's five highest leaders, including Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon and National Assembly Speaker Chung Sye-kyun.

Talk on the highly controversial trip comes amid a tense period between the two countries as the rhetoric gets more hostile that ever before. The US President is expected to send an important message to North Korea.

In November, Trump is set to visit Beijing.

"They looked around Panmunjom and Observation Post Ouellette", the source said on the condition of anonymity. The Korean won rose against the U.S. dollar. Trade volume was moderate at 218 million shares worth 7.25 trillion won (US$6.37 billion).

Most recently, multiple reports suggest North Korean hackers stole information from South Korea that outlines plans for war-time efforts between the South Korea-U.S. coalition and North Korea, according to the BBC.

"Overall, medium- to long-term funds (in local bond markets) are in a stable situation", Park said, adding that the ministry sees no immediate capital flight risks from the local bonds. DPRK stands for the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, North Korea's official name.

"The image of him narrowing his eyes to stare across the DMZ". Sungkyunkwan was a Confucian academy in the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910).

The government said that there are no specific signs that confirm North Korea's reopening of the Kaesong Industrial Complex, though some bus movements and illuminated street lamps have been spotted.

Operating profit is estimated at 516 billion won (US$453 million) in the July-September period, compared to an operating income of 283 billion won a year earlier, LG Electronics said in a regulatory filing.

SEOUL - LG Electronics Inc. said Tuesday its operating profit is estimated to have shot up 82.2 percent on-year in the third quarter, apparently helped by its home appliances and TV businesses.

While Trump has threatened to annihilate North Korea, saying the country's leader, Kim Jong Un, "is on a suicide mission", Kim Jong Un has fired back vowing to "tame the mentally deranged U.S. dotard with fire".

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