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>> For North Korea's spies.>> Another shot in the war of words between the US and North Korea. Donald Trump hitting back at Pyongyang in a late night tweet on Saturday, saying if its Foreign Minister echoes the thoughts of quote little rocket man. An apparent reference to North Korean leader Kim Jung Un, they won't be around much longer.
It came after Pyongyang's Foreign Minister took a defiant tone at the UN's General Assembly, saying they're targeting the US with its rockets was inevitable after Trump first labeled the North's leader. But despite a week of heightened rhetoric from Washington and Pyongyang, tourists near the South Korean border with the North aren't too bothered.
> I don't think war is likely to happen, so I came here with my children on a Sunday morning to actually see North Korea. Which we often watch from news these days, I wanted to teach my children about the division.>> Meanwhile, North Koreans were seen turning out in droves to an anti US rally on Sunday.
State run television showing tens of thousands of people gathered in Pyongyang, where they were reportedly speeches supporting Kim Jong Un's latest statement, in which he called Trump a mentally deranged US Dotard.