President Donald Trump said Tuesday that Warmbier's death after his lengthy detention in North Korea was a "total disgrace" and that if the college student had been returned home to the USA earlier, "I think the result would have been a lot different".
"The result would have been a lot different, but what happened to Otto is a disgrace, and I spoke with his family".
Tuesday's flights by B-1Bs came shortly after the death of a U.S. college student who was recently released by North Korea in a coma following more than 17 months of captivity.
American doctors who examined Otto found evidence of severe brain damage that may have been caused by a traumatic injury, according to Town Hall. Warmbier had been released by Pyongyang days earlier after 17 months in state prison. In response to the tragedy, US officials have reportedly been considering a travel ban that would prohibit American citizens from visiting the country until further notice.
Young Pioneer Tours, the China-based travel agency that took Mr Warmbier to North Korea, said in a Facebook post that it would no longer allow USA citizens on its trips. That consideration has since become more "urgent" since Warmbier's death at his home in OH on Monday after being in a coma for over a year.
He added that Obama managed during his tenure to free 10 Americans held in North Korea.
USA shoots down drone on Syria-Iraq border
The Air Force F-15 first intercepted the Iranian-made drone and shot it down as it continued to advance, the coalition said . That is where US forces have been training and advising local Syrian Arabs for the fight against Islamic State militants.
Sensex slips for 2nd day, global cues weigh
But Hong Kong's Hang Seng fell by as many as 148 points to finish at 25,694.58 while Japan's Nikkei also declined 91.62 points. While, BSE Mid-cap Index closed up by 0.04% at 14,850, whereas BSE Small-cap Index closed up by 0.11% at 15,696.