North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un suspends plans to launch missile attack on US for now
Pyongyang's state media said Kim "examined the plan for a long time" after his army chiefs handed him a proposal.
North Korea said last week that it would finalise by August 15, its detailed plan to fire four intermediate-range ballistic missiles up to 18 miles off Guam’s coast.
However, it seems that plan has been dropped. The country’s army is now awaiting Kim’s approval.
US President Donald Trump previously warned Kim that he would be met with fire and fury if he dared attack US- territory- Guam.
Guam, a Pacific island which is home to two US military bases, strategic bombers and about 163,000 people.