Pacific island leaders on Friday demanded urgent action from the global community to address climate change.
North Korea's three short-range missile launches appear to have either failed in flight or exploded almost immediately.
Trump on Wednesday praised North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for a "wise" decision not to fire missiles towards the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam.
Guam officials were "ecstatic" Tuesday as North Korea appeared to back away from its threat to fire four missiles towards the US territory in the western Pacific.
Shares rose on Tuesday, while the Japanese yen, Swiss franc and gold all dropped after North Korea's leader signaled he would delay plans to fire a missile towards Guam.
Gold prices fell on Tuesday as easing tensions between the United States and North Korea pushed investors to seek riskier assets such as equities.
The Catholic faithful in Guam led prayers for peace Sunday in the shadow of North Korean missile threat
Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull says if North Korea launches an attack on the United States, Australia will join the conflict, ABC News reported Friday.
Europe's top-rated German bond yield held near six-week lows on Thursday as N. Korea outlined detailed plans for a missile strike near Guam.
Tillerson played down Trump's incendiary warning to N. Korea on Wednesday, saying he was just trying to send a strong message.