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Hello, I am Jerry Smit with the BBC News.
South Korea has restarted its propaganda broadcast into North Korea two days after Pyongyang's announcement that it had tested a hydrogen bomb. Soul is relying by broad loudspeaker South Korean pop Music and World News across the border as well as criticism of the North authoritarian government. From Seoul Maricou Oll reports. "The propaganda broadcasts as they are known have always irritated the authorities in Pyongyang, and the two countries traded artillery fire over the issue last August. But following North Korea's a fourth nuclear test, Seoul has decided to resume the broadcast using a loudspeakers at the border. Another measure that the South Korean government has been considering is to beef up the US military presence in the country."
The US Secretary of State John Kerry says he has told China its approach to dealing with North Korea is not working. Mr. Kerry said China had been given space to work with Pyongyang, but this approach had failed. "There cannot be business as usual, and we agree that we will work very closely together to determine the steps that we can take in order to address our increasing concerns about that nuclear test."
President Obama has been explaining his proposals on gun control to a public television audience. He's reiterated that what is proposed is a strengthening of background checks on those who buy guns in the hope that some needless killings can be averted. "There is a mass shooting. They get publicity every few months there is one they get national publicity, every day there's hope one should focus on streets around the country that we don’t even hear about. That is not something that we can be satisfied with." Mr. Obama called gun violence a national crisis and he urged gun owners and firearm manufactures to play their part in ending it. News from the BBC.
Astronomers say there are on course to take the first ever image of the edge of a black hole known as event horizon early next year. The team will focus on a super massive black hole called Sagittarius A star at the heart of the Milky Way. More details from Jonathan Web. "The event horizon is the spherical boundary of a black hole from which nothing including light can escape. But its cloud of gas and dust are sucked and squeezed into ablaze with energy. It's this swirling halo that would allow the Event Horizon Telescope to capture the silhouette of the black hole itself for the very first time. Based on many simulations of this unexplored frontier, the team behind the telescope has chosen to use very short radio waves which should penetrate the surrounding turmoil and review the black hole shadow." Jonathan Web. BBC News.