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US and South Korea in training exercise to ‘destroy Kim Jong-un’s nukes’

Last week the two countries took part in a “Warrior Strike” exercise at Camp Stanley near the South Korean capital of Seoul. The military training took place between Tuesday and Friday and is said to have replicated how weapons of mass destruction would be destroyed in the hermit state. US Defence Secretary James Mattis has suggested a “ground invasion” is required in order to stop the threat posed by Kim Jong-un’s corrupt regime. In a letter to military chiefs he said: “The only way to locate and destroy – with…

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North Korea missile alert as Kim vows ‘unflinching’ fight on anniversary of father’s death

The Kim Jong-il ruled over North Korea for 17 years between 1994 and 2011 and oversaw a famine that killed up to 3million people. Kim Jong-un was quoted as pledging his commitment to “fight more unflinchingly” to make the rogue state “independent in politics, self-supporting in the economy and self-reliant in defence”. His son visits his grave every year to mark his passing, while thousands of North Koreans morn his death in choreographed tributes that have been captured on video. The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington…

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‘LAPDOG’ Macron – Iran in blistering attack on French President over Donald Trump alliance

FRANCE’s Emmanuel Macron has been slammed as Donald Trump’s “lapdog” and criticised for losing international credibility in a bitter attack from Iran. Mr Macron, who has made it his mission to be a reformer on the international stage, was criticised by a top adviser to Iran’s supreme leader after Paris advocated for stronger sanctions against the Middle Eastern country. Iran has allegedly run a number of ballistic missile test over recent months that have angered the French President. Trump has been critical of Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and…

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North Korea spy claims as man charged with selling weapons of mass destruction

Police have confirmed the arrest of a man of North Korean descent who has now ben charged with two counts of attempting to sell missiles and with another four under legislation enforcing United Nations and Australian sanctions against North Korea. Police swooped on Eastwood, a suburb of Sydney on Saturday in a dramatic arrest to prevent a sale allegedly worth “tens of millions of dollars”. The suspect was arrested for attempting to sell WMD related equipment and warheads, including software for the guidance systems of ballistic missiles. The charges are…

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Campaigner predicts North Korea ‘peace offensive’ in 2018

SEOUL, South Korea — One of the few outsiders to have met reclusive North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un believes there could soon be a diplomatic solution to the standoff between the U.S. and Pyongyang, despite fears the countries are edging closer to war. Kim Hong-gul, a politician and the son of former South Korean president Kim Dae-jung, had the rare chance to meet North Korea’s ruler in 2011 as part of a delegation at the funeral of Kim’s predecessor, Kim Jong-il. Kim, the politician, says Kim Jong Un is…

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WATCH: US nuclear tests show what END OF THE WORLD could look like if WW3 broke out

GETTY Between 1945 and 1962 the US conducted more than 1,054 nuclear arms tests [embedded content] Between 1945 and 1962 the US conducted more than 1,054 nuclear arms tests. Around 210 of these blasts were atmospheric nuclear tests over remote sites in New Mexico, Nevada, and both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. At least 10,000 recordings were captured, however, over time some of these have been left to slowly decay in high-security vaults. Dr Gregg Spriggs and his team of researchers have spent five years restoring 6,500 videos in an…

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Ready for WAR: Japan set for RECORD HIGH defence budget amid WW3 fears over North Korea

The Japanese Defence Ministry is expected to request a record-high defence budget of £34.6 billion (5.19 trillion yen) for the next tax year, as tensions continue to rise on the Korean Peninsula. The defence budget will be included in the countries budgetary which commences on April 1 2018 and is expected to reach a record-breaking £650 billion (97.7 trillion yen). The majority of the budget is expected to be spent on protecting Japan against North Korea’s nuclear weapons and missile development. The extra funding would cover the cost of preparations…

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North Korea reveals eerie MASS MOURNING spectacle ahead of ‘impending missile blast’

Eerie footage shows a mass of North Koreans taking turns to run up to the colossal statues of Kim Jong-il, standing next to his father, and founder of the communist state, Kim Il-sung. In the video of the scene, the choreographed mourning reveals sections of the crowd take turns to rush up to the statue’s feet where they then lay flowers.  The crowd can also be seen bowing simultaneously while military officials nearby salute the statue of their former leader, who is considered a demigod in the rogue state.  North…

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Fire and fury delivered as 14,000 troops arrive in North Korea firing line

The pride of the US Navy has arrived outside Okinawa with fearsome guided-missile destroyers USS Stethem, USS Chafee and USS Mustin. A staggering 14,000 troops will take part in the exercises as the White House ordered flexing of US military might in the region. US Navy F/A-18 Hornets and Super Hornets from the Carrier Air Wing (CVW) are expected to be involved. Marines and naval officers will take part in firing tests, fly overs and mock battles in a bid to ensure they are each ready for conflict with the…

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North Korea blueprint for power: Pyongyang details plot for nuclear domination

The hermit state has announced it is hurtling towards a fully fledged nuclear weapons programme and will not be stopped by China imposing sanctions which are strangling the nation’s economy. North Korea’s Permanent Representative Ja Song-nam told the UN Security Council Jong-Un will not be stopped. Referencing the “two fronts” plan, the representative said the North’s blueprint for success lies in nuclear power and a strong economy. He said: “(Pyongyang) Will march forward and make great advancement victoriously as world’s most powerful nuclear and military state upholding the line on…

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