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World War 3 threat: China fighter jets enter NO entry zone between North Korea and South

The Chinese warplanes included two bombers, two fighter jets and a reconnaissance plane an official confirmed. The jets were detected infringing on the Korean Air Defence Identification Zone (KADIZ), a disputed territory from the southwest of Ieo Island, at around 10am.  And according to Seoul’s chief of staff, they did not leave the zone until 1.47pm. A statement said: ”Our military confirmed that they are military planes of China through the Air Force’s Master Control and Reporting Centre.” South Korea’s fighters took “normal tactical measures” until the Chinese planes left,…

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Donald Trump ‘MUST attack North Korea soon’ despite threat to Seoul

John Bolton admitted there was a huge risk of South Korea being hit by its despotic neighbour in retaliation for any US military action, putting hundreds of thousands in peril. But he said the President would not be able to ignore the threat for much longer as Pyongyang’s military ambitions showed no sign of ending. Speaking at a Republican dinner in Asheville, North Carolina, he said “nobody” wanted World War 3 to break out. But he claimed: “I will just say this. The president of the United States’ first duty…

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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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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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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 World War 3 threat: Kim Jong-un vows to be ‘world’s STRONGEST nuclear power’

North Korea has continuously sparked fears of the outbreak of World War 3 by persisting with an ambition to create an arsenal of deadly nuclear weapons. Now dictator Kim Jong-un has vowed to make the country the “world’s strongest nuclear power” as the United States’ Secretary of State for Defence invited Pyongyang for talks with Washington. Rex Tillerson even said he does not expect North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons, insisting US President Donald Trump even accepts the fact.  As tension in the region continues to escalate, Kim…

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North Korea crisis: South Korea launches Stinger missiles to shoot down drones

The embattled nation, facing 24-hour provocation from its North Korea neighbour and leader Kim Jong-un, carried out live-fire missile drills off the west coast of the Korean Peninsula. Two AH-64E Apache Guardian choppers each fired a Stinger air-to-air guided missile at target drones 1.5 miles away. Military officials said it was the first live-fire Stinger missile drill by the country’s new Apache unit. They declared the tests “successful”. The Stinger missile is a powerful weapon capable of destroying enemy aircraft or unmanned drones infiltrating South Korean airspace at relatively low…

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World War 3: USA and Japan at breaking point over North Korea after THIS shocking incident

A window fell from a US military helicopter onto a school sports field on Wednesday and is the latest in a series of accidents that have fanned safety concerns on Japan’s southern island of Okinawa. A 10-year-old boy suffered a minor injury but the exact cause was unclear. The boy was among about 50 children on the elementary school grounds when the window fell from a US CH-53E transport helicopter. Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said: “This sort of incident creates anxiety not only among those involved with the…

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North Korea WARNING: Kim Jong-un regime seeking BIOLOGICAL weapons as threats increase

North Korea has been ramping up its weapons development programme as tensions between leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump continue to grow. South Korean officials and independent weapons experts have warned Pyongyang could be harbouring the intent and capability to develop biological weapons. Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) expert Joshua Pollack said: “It seems North Korea invested a lot in imported equipment that cost them a lot and is, I think, unreasonable for any civilian application.” Reports suggest North Korea currently has 13 types of biological agents which…

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