By Alexander Cornwell DOHA (Reuters) - Officials from the Gulf Arab states boycotting Qatar did not turn up to the draw for a Middle East soccer tournament in Doha on Monday and want to postpone the competition that could be an early test for the 2022 World Cup hosts. Requests by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain to delay December's Gulf Nations Cup had been rejected, however, the Arab Gulf Cup Football Federation (AGCFF) said. The other nations scheduled to play in the tournament are Iraq, Oman, Yemen and Qatar.
US bombers and fighter escorts flew off the coast of North Korea on Saturday in a show of force against its nuclear weapons program, escalating already sky-high tensions. The hermit state's foreign minister meanwhile derided Donald Trump as "mentally deranged" at the United Nations, while the US president fired back on Twitter with fresh threats. The latest exchange of bellicose rhetoric comes as international alarm mounts over Pyongyang's weapons ambitions -- including a suggestion this week that the country is considering detonating an H-bomb over the Pacific.
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