Donald Trump's marathon Asia tour moves on Tuesday to South Korea Josh Jackson Womens Jersey , another key ally in the struggle with North Korea, but one with deep reservations about the US president's strategy for dealing with the crisis.
US President Donald Trump toasts with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (left) at the opening of a welcome dinner hosted by Abe at Akasaka Palace in Tokyo.
As tensions over Pyongyang's weapons programme have soared, the US president has traded personal insults and threats of war with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, but his next stop, Seoul - and its 10 million inhabitants - would be on the front line of any conflict.
"Getting ready to leave for South Korea and meetings with President Moon, a fine gentleman," Trump tweeted early Tuesday, adding: "We will figure it all out!"
Trump flies in from Japan after securing Tokyo's full support for Washington's stance that "all options are on the table" regarding North Korea, and declaring its nuclear ambitions "a threat to the civilised world and international peace and stability".
He enjoyed three days of near-bromance with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, calling him "wonderful" after a round of golf and describing US-Japan ties as "really extraordinary".
In Seoul, Trump's relationship with South Korean President Moon Jae-In is noticeably cooler, stoking concerns about the decades-old alliance and fears of being sidelined by the US in favour of Tokyo.
At the same time, Moon is mindful that much of his capital is within range of the North's artillery, and has demanded that no military action take place on the peninsula without the South's prior consent.
Trump has labelled Moon's pro-engagement approach to North Korea as "appeasement" on Twitter, a comment that did not go down well in Seoul's presidential Blue House.
South Korea will roll out the red carpet for Trump as it seeks messages of assurance about the alliance and US resolve.
Citizens views are mixed, with both "No Trump" and "Welcome President Trump" demonstrations taking place in downtown Seoul since the weekend, sometimes only a few blocks apart.
In South Korea, Trump's first stop will be Camp Humphreys, where US forces stationed in the country have moved their headquarters from downtown Seoul.
Later he will have a summit with Moon at the Blue House, followed by a lavish dinner with live concerts by both Korean traditional musicians and K-pop artists.
On Wednesday, Trump will speak to South Korean MPs but his visit will not include a trip to the Demilitarized Zone dividing the Korean peninsula, with the administration downplaying the destination as "a little bit of a cliche".
MOGADISHU, Aug. 11 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. military has confirmed it conducted two new airstrikes against Al-Shabaab militants in southern Somalia which Mogadishu authorities said killed a senior militant leader.
The U.S. Africa Command (Africom) said in a statement that the airstrikes were carried out Thursday near the Banadir region in southern Somalia.
"We will continue to assess the results of the operation and will provide additional information as appropriate. Specific details about the units involved and assets used will not be released in order to ensure operational security," it said in a statement issued on Thursday night.
The statement came after Somalia's President in a separate statement said that a senior Al-Shabaab leader who had been part of a network responsible for planning and carrying out several bombings and assassinations in Mogadishu was killed.
Africom, which has in the past conducted counter-terrorism airstrikes against the terror group in Somalia said Al-Shabaab has pledged allegiance to Al-Qaida and is dedicated to providing safe haven for terrorist attacks throughout the world.
"Al-Shabaab has publicly committed to planning and conducting attacks against the U.S. and our allies. We continue to work in coordination with our Somali partners and allies to systematically dismantle al-Shabaab and help achieve stability and security throughout the region," Africom said.
U.S. forces, in cooperation with Somalia government, are conducting operations against Al-Shabaab in Somalia to degrade the Al-Qaida affiliate's ability to recruit, train and plot external terror attacks throughout the region and in America.
It said the strike was conducted within the parameters of the proposal approved by the President in March, which allows the U.S. Department of Defense to conduct lethal action against insurgents within a geographically-defined area of active hostilities in support of partner forces in Somalia.
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