The nominee, Song Young-moo, was well suited to deal with North Korea's nuclear and missile threat, the presidential Blue House office said. Under third-generation leader Kim Jong Un, North Korea has been conducting missile tests at an unprecedented pace in an effort to develop an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of striking the mainland United States. The North test-launched a new type of its cruise anti-ship cheap flights to hawaii last minute from hamilton ontario missiles on Thursday, its fourth missile test since the South's Moon took office on May 10, pledging to engage in dialogue with Pyongyang. Song, who served in the navy for more than three decades, was Moon's main security adviser during his presidential campaign, reprising his role in Moon's 2012 presidential campaign. A decorated veteran, Song took part in a 2009 skirmish between cheap flights to chicago last minute North and South Korean naval vessels off the western coast of the Korean peninsula. Song's appointment does not need parliament's approval, but he must attend a hearing and answer questions from lawmakers. The Blue House said Song admitted to having falsely registered his residence information in the past, a criminal offense in South Korea. Many of Moon's ministerial choices have faced an uphill battle in parliament on this and other ethical issues, and lawmakers are likely to grill Song the same way. He is expected to cooperate with the United States, the country's major military ally, to respond to the North's growing missile threat. The government has said it will not change a pact with the United States flights for the deployment of a U.S.
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There were some who just wanted to try it, they wanted to get home. But most didn’t. There were girls hyperventilating, lots of people were panicking. ‘There were elderly people on there, and lots of children. The worst thing was we had to wait another hour or two before they would actually let us off the plane,’ he said. The passengers then flew home on a subsequent flight later that day. A spokesman for EasyJet told Metro.co.uk: ‘The pilot attempted to use one engine to start the other engine as is normal procedure. Because he was aware that the passengers had already been considerably delayed due to a technical problem the pilot asked the passengers if they would like to get off or remain on board whilst the engine start up sequence continued. ‘Due to the technical issue, easyJet then decided to fly the passengers back on a replacement aircraft.
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