>> Despite talks with the U.S and a wide pledge to denuclearize, North Korea might still be making missiles. U.S spy satellites show there's been new activity at a key North Korean factory, the very one where Pyongyang produced its first long-range ballistic missiles. That's all according to a senior U.S official, who says the photos showed trucks going in and out of the building.
The same kinds of vehicles they used to move their missiles, but it's not clear how advanced any missile construction might be. The Washington Post on Monday had more details, saying that North Korea appear to be building new liquid-fueled missiles. It's the latest evidence that points to ongoing weapons development in the North, that despite a declaration from U.S president Donald Trump that Pyongyang no longer poses a nuclear threat.
Even after a summit with Kim Jong Un, North Korea so far hasn't offered any details on how it might denuclearize, and talks afterwards haven´t gone very smoothly. U.S Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo said last week that the North was continuing to produce fuel for nuclear bombs, but insisted the administration was making progress in talks.
In any case, North Korea is moving ahead with other diplomatic endeavors. On Tuesday, it held military talks to build trust with South Korea near the border. Their second meeting since June.>>