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"This regime has signalled its contempt for its neighbors, for all members of the United Nations, and for minimum standards of acceptable international behaviour," Trump said in a statement. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe spoke and agreed that North Korea "poses a grave and growing direct threat" to the United States, Japan and South Korea, the White House said.

"Threatening and destabilising actions only increase the North Korean regime’s isolation in the region and among all nations of the world. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks to reporters about North Korea's missile launch in Tokyo, Japan in this photo taken by Kyodo on August 29, 2017. World stocks tumbled, with Japan's Nikkei hitting a four-month low before paring losses to end down about 0.5 percent.

The Eighties also had the highest murder rate in U. (Sometimes Margaret Thatcher becoming Prime Minister in 1979 is considered the start, especially in the UK.) Culturally, the decade lasted roughly from Disco Demolition Night on July 12, 1979 to the release of Nirvana's album on September 24, 1991.

Thanks to a common twenty- or thirty-year lag, it's still The Eighties in much of Fictionland.

(Unless they happened to be teenagers, in which case they were Totally Radical or studied karate and learnt the meaning of "Wax On, Wax Off".) Everyone had huge hairdos, enough make-up to sink a ship and power suits with shoulderpads big enough to knock the giant mirrored sunglasses off anyone who walked within a three foot radius of them.

And those without them had flat-tops and wore gym clothes and break-danced on top of cardboard.

North Korea has conducted dozens of ballistic missile tests under its leader, Kim Jong Un, in defiance of U. sanctions, but firing projectiles over mainland Japan is rare.

Trump, who has vowed not to let North Korea develop nuclear missiles that can hit the mainland United States, said the world had received North Korea’s latest message "loud and clear".

However, the epidemic paradoxically later proved a partial blessing in disguise for gay rights as stricken people like Rock Hudson were shoved out of the closet, forcing the public to realize that LGBTI people were all around them, much like themselves. Politically speaking, the decade lasted roughly from the election of Ronald Reagan on November 4, 1980 to the collapse of the Soviet Union on December 25, 1991, so almost 11 years.

The conservative political culture of the era meant two rather contradictory things for the production of pop-culture; on the one hand, the surge of private enterprise together with new media technologies allowed corporations such as Hasbro an unprecedented ability to build massive franchises around their products, typically with a TV show and accompanying toys, but on the other Moral Guardian complaints would challenge the ethics of making a show that was "essentially one large commercial." The result was the rather spoof-worthy And Knowing Is Half the Battle segment common to many mass franchise shows, shoving an Anvilicious moral into the action.

Fortunately, these were conveniently located after the actual plot, so kids could just turn it off at that point and run down to buy the toys. Politically, the first part of the decade, Cold War tensions continued to escalate such as the US doing things like invading Grenada and the Strategic Defense Initiative.

President Donald Trump warned that all options are on the table for the United States to respond to North Korea's firing of a ballistic missile over northern Japan's Hokkaido island into the sea in a new show of force.

The missile test further increased tension in east Asia as US and South Korean forces conducted annual military exercises on the Korean peninsula, angering Pyongyang which sees the war games as a preparation for invasion.