In an angrily worded statement, the North warned "if the US is trying to drive us into a corner to force our unilateral nuclear abandonment, we will no longer be interested in such dialogue."
The statement was attributed to first vice foreign minister Kim Kye Gwan and carried by state media KCNA.
In that case, he added, Pyongyang would have to "reconsider" its participation at next month's summit in Singapore.
The first vice foreign minister also tore into Trump's National Security Advisor John Bolton for drawing parallels between North Korea and Libya, calling the comparison "absolutely absurd."
"We do not hide our feeling of repugnance towards him," he said of Bolton.
Bolton has pushed the idea of a deal with North Korea like that reached with Libya's Muammar Gaddafi, who agreed in 2003 to the elimination of his country's nuclear programme and chemical weapons arsenal to gain sanctions relief.
After giving up his atomic programme, Gaddafi was killed in 2011 in an uprising backed by NATO bombing.
Imagine walking down the street and seeing advertising screens change their content based on how you walk, how you talk, or even the shape of your chest. These screens rely on hidden cameras, microphones and computers to guess if youâ€™re male or female. This might sound futuristic, but patrons in a Norwegian pizzeria discovered itâ€™s exactly what was happening: Women were seeing ads for salad and men were seeing ads for meat options.
LGBT people with diverse gender identities, including those identifying as transgender or gender nonbinary, are potentially offended that these AI systems would inevitably miscategorize them at least some, of not most, of the time.
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VVS1 commented : Anwar must have forgotten how he was jailed. He should not count the chickens before they are hatched. In politics, things change very quickly. Mahathir now calls the shots, not Anwar.
All I know is that the next time I am given fish porridge when I order pork porridge, miss an exit on the PIE because of a tree that is blocking my view, or have someoneâ€™s wet hair flicked in my face in the MRT, I know exactly where to air my grievances.
The video depicts seven American forces and four Nigeriens fleeing on foot, under heavy mortar and small arms fire. They crossed through a swamp, and at about 12:50 p.m. on Oct. 4, they hunkered down at the edge of a clearing.
"They wrote short messages to loved ones on personal devices, believing they would soon be overrun," the video narrator says.
Niger video shows harrowing escape of US forces
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But it's always the bad apples, the black sheep, that sabo the good people. I kena sabo all the time. Congrats to victors Martin Nguyen (Christian Lee improved tremendously from their last fight in which Martin almost killed Chrstian, he's almost equal to Martin now, almost) and Angela Lee (as always, Mei Yamaguchi has always been Angela's toughest opponent, the only opponent that Angela couldn't finish, and still couldn't).
Angela Lee vs Mei Yamaguchi (previous fight)
Jim Smith commented : Martin Nguyen is the hottest fighter ever. ðŸ˜�ï»¿
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A Malaysian former police officer convicted of killing a young woman in a scandal linked to the country's disgraced ex-leader offered Saturday to reveal who ordered the grisly slaying in exchange for a full pardon, a media report said.
Sirul Azhar Umar, now in Australian custody after fleeing Malaysia in 2015, has maintained that he was ordered by "important people" to murder the Mongolian woman, Altantuya Shaariibuu, in 2006.
Altantuya was murdered and her body blown up with military-grade explosives.
Her murder was the most shocking aspect in a scandal involving allegations that an associate of recently ousted premier Najib Razak arranged huge kickbacks for the purchase of French submarines in 2002.
Sirul told online news outlet Malaysiakini in an interview Saturday that he was ready to assist Malaysia's new government in the Scorpene case, a potential major breakthrough in a scandal suppressed by Najib's government.