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US and South Korean forces have been training together for years, and routinely rehearse everything from beach landings to an invasion from the North, or even "decapitation" strikes targeting the North Korean regime. Pyongyang typically reacts furiously. Following drills last year, the North fired ballistic missiles over Japan, triggering global alarm. Trump has sounded a triumphant tone since the Singapore summit, where he and Kim signed a joint statement in which Kim committed "to work toward complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula." But critics have pointed to the vague wording of the non-binding document, which Trump described as a "deal," and to concerns among allies about the decision to stop the US-South Korean "war games." Speaking on a regional tour to brief South Korean, Japanese and Chinese officials about the historic summit, Pompeo said Washington remains committed to the "complete, verifiable and irreversible" denuclearisation of North Korea. "We believe that Kim Jong Un understands the urgency... that we must do this quickly," he said of the effort to have North Korea abandon its atomic arsenal. In Beijing, Pompeo also said China "reaffirmed its commitment" to United Nations sanctions after the foreign ministry suggested earlier this week that the UN Security Council could consider easing the economic punishment against its ally. "We truly believe that we have a path forward after so many years that can bring peace," Pompeo told Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi before talks with President Xi Jinping. But, he warned, "there are still risks that we won't achieve" that goal, and more work needs to be done.
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Short-track speed skater Lim Hyo-jun paid tribute to banned Victor An after claiming host nation South Korea's first gold medal of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics on Saturday. Lim got Korea off the mark on the first full day of action in the men's 1500m, to the delight of an ecstatic, near-capacity 12,000 crowd at the Gangneung Ice Arena. And his first thoughts were for the Korean-born naturalised Russian An, the sport's most decorated Olympian who was ruled ineligible after Russia were banned for systemic doping. "Victor told me that I could do this, I've had lots of advice from him," said Lim. "When I first saw him racing I dreamed of becoming a gold medallist. "When I heard the news, (of An's exclusion) it was really dreadful, it would be an honour to race against him. "I thank Victor for this win," said the 25-year-old. In a frenetic final, Lim saw off Dutch world record-holder Sjinkie Knegt with Semen Elistratov, one of the Russians competing as a neutral, in third. "I dedicate this bronze to all the guys who could not make it here," said Elistratov, referring to the Russians — including An — who were not invited to the Games. "I'm very grateful to the Russian fans who managed to come to these Games to support our team because right now it is indeed a difficult situation we are experiencing." With South Korea's President Moon Jae-in watching, together with American Vice-President Mike Pence, Lim delivered the goods to further embellish Korea's dazzling record in the sport with their 22nd short track title.
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