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New satellite images appeared to indicate that North Korea is rebuilding part of a rocket launch site that it had begun to take out of action. South Korean intelligence officials also noted signs of new activity at the site. Laura Bicker is in Seoul.
Satellite evidence from two US thinktanks and testimony from the South Korean intelligence services all suggest North Korea has started rebuilding a site they had agreed to destroy. The satellite launch station at Tongchang-ri was partially dismantled last year, but activity stopped in August when negotiations with the US stalled. But new images taken from early February and just after Kim Jong-un summit in Hanoi with Donald Trump appear to show rapid progress has been made in rebuilding structures on the rocket launch pad.
The United Nations says the harvest in North Korea last year was the worst for more than a decade and eleven million people, more than forty percent of the population need humanitarian help. The UN says last year's food production was more than nine percent down on the previous year.
The United States and the European Union have voiced support for demonstrators in Algeria, who have been demanding that President Abdelaziz Bouteflika step down. A US State Department spokesman Robert Palladino said Algerians had the rights to peaceful assembly.
"We're monitoring these protests that are happening in Algeria. We're gonna continue to do that. And I would say that the United States supports the Algerian people and their rights to peacefully assemble. " The head of the Algerian army says the military will not allow security to break down.
Reports from Afghanistan say there has been a suicide bomb blast near the airport in the eastern city of Jalalabad. A spokesman for the provincial governor told Reuters news agency the attacker detonated his explosives near the offices of a construction company. He said fighting broke out between gunmen and security forces after the blast. Latest reports say the gunfight is still going on.
The US billionaire and former mayor of New York City Michael Bloomberg has said he won't run for president in 2020. Instead, he says he'll fight climate change by expanding grassroots efforts to end America's dependence on oil, gas, and coal. Mr. Bloomberg is a trenchant critic of President Trump and had publicly toyed with running for the Democratic Party nomination.
That's the latest BBC world news.