The announcement was met with skepticism, however, with South Korea's spy agency saying the estimated explosive yield from the explosion was much smaller than what even a failed H-bomb detonation would produce. President Barack Obama speaks to the leaders of South Korea and Japan. The broadcasts include popular South Korean pop songs as well as news and comments about Seoul's economic affluence and democracy, South Korean military officials say.
Police in Dusseldorf, which is 25 miles away from Cologne, are reportedly concerned the attacks are linked to a criminal gang of 2,000 North African men who sexually assault women as a distraction before stealing their possessions. "Mrs. Merkel invited me". In Switzerland, about six women reported being sexually molested and robbed during New Year's Eve celebrations in Zurich after being surrounded by groups of men.
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Coyle III, the nuclear expert who directed the Cannikin test, said the seismic signature of the Pyongyang test was "low enough so that it will be hard to tell if the device was boosted, thermonuclear, just fission or whatever". B-2 and B-52 bombers are capable of delivering nuclear weapons. Abe said Japan will lead initiatives at the United Nations so the Security Council can adopt a new resolution on North Korea.
The Cold War-era tactic had gone unused by the South for 11 years until last summer, after two South Korean border guards were maimed by land mines, which the South accused the North of planting. - South Korea proceeds with plans to restart anti-Pyongyang propaganda broadcasts across the border on Friday, believed to be the birthday of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un .
In Germany, police described the suspects as looking from "the Arab or North African region". Numerous assaults were apparently meant to distract, allowing attackers to snip wallets, cellphones and other devices. The police report said there were "more than 1,000 people from mostly immigrant backgrounds". "Everywhere it says that this has something to do with Muslims.