Washington will continue to pressure North Korea: White House

The two nations’ inaugural “diplomatic and security dialogue” in Washington came as tension in the Korean Peninsula rises after Otto Warmbier, a 22-year-old American student held by North Korea for almost 18 months, died six days after returning to the U.S. on June 13.Moon’s remarks on CBS’s This Morning program came the day after the death of Otto Warmbier, the 22-year-old student who had been held prisoner in North Korea for 17 months.The China-based travel agency that organized a trip to North Korea for an American college student who died after being released in a coma from North Korean detention said it would no longer take US citizens to the country.Warmbier’s death came just days after he was released by the North Korean government and returned to the United States suffering from what U.S. doctors described as extensive brain damage.”In regards to the president’s view of North Korea, I believe he represents the American people’s view of North Korea right now”, Mattis said of Mr. Trump. Doctors in Cincinnati said they found no active sign of botulism nor evidence of beatings. He did not say what his plans are for North Korea now.American student Otto Warmbier, center, is escorted March 16, 2016, at the Supreme Court in Pyongyang, North Korea. He could not speak or move voluntarily and his doctors said he suffered extensive brain damage.China’s efforts to rein in North Korea’s nuclear programme “have not worked” out, United States President Donald Trump has said but appreciated Beijing for its attempts.The travel agency specialises in North Korea tours and is based in the central Chinese city of Xi’an.Geng said China has played a “positive constructive” role regarding North Korea because it is a responsible member of the worldwide community, and “not because of any pressure from other countries”. John McCain, R-Ariz., said in a statement the Kim Jong Un regime “murdered” Warmbier, and that the United States should “not tolerate the murder of its citizens by hostile powers”.Warmbier, wearing a crisp white suit and black bow tie as the class of 2013′s salutatorian at Wyoming High School in OH, gave a almost five-minute speech that included humor, humility, and special focuses on friendship and community. “They denied him access to the best medical care he deserved”.Warmbier visited North Korea in January 2016 on a sightseeing tour. They added he was given a sleeping pill and had been in a coma since.Warmbier’s parents spoke out against the brutal North Korean regime, refusing to believe their story about their son suffering from a bout of food poisoning.The death of USA student Otto Warmbier following his incarceration in North Korea has shaken tour companies catering to thrill seekers, with several reconsidering whether to take Americans to the reclusive state.