The North's state media reported this week that Kim inspected the country's military sites two days in a row, with the official Korean Central News Agency underlining the importance of "strengthening combat power". "Sure. I'm sure I've said that", Pompeo replied. North Korea has already shut out Stephen Biegun, the State Department pointman on North Korea, who has failed for months to arrange a meeting on anything other than the logistics of the Hanoi summit.
London's Metropolitan Police said that by Tuesday evening, 290 arrests had been made. On Monday police confirmed that 122 protesters had been arrested over the previous 24 hours, mostly on suspicion of blocking roads, but five of the arrests were for allegedly causing criminal damage to the London office of energy firm Shell.
A few rumbles of thunder and heavy rain are possible here at home. Every day from here through Easter Sunday carries with it at least a slight possibility for rain, before New Jersey finally sees the sun come out in full force on Earth Day.
The French president has said he would seek help from the "greatest talents" in the world to rebuild Notre Dame within five years. The cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris is home to scores of priceless artifacts, artwork and relics collected over the centuries, each with their own story.
Pompeo described a "very moving" encounter with a Venezuelan mother named Geraldine who crossed into Colombia and was torn about abandoning her country even as she had to scavenge for diapers, medicine and other basic goods she could no longer find in Venezuela.
The Louisiana Office Of State Fire Marshal's department said at the time of his arrest that they were investigating a possible connection between the blazes and Matthews love of black metal. "It's a national icon", he said, noting that he had visited Notre Dame a year ago with his son. 'Privileged stories hold privileged pain-while erasing the pain of the oppressed'.