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War With North Korea Would Be Catastrophic. Here’s How Bad It Could Get

The U.S. and North Korea seem to be moving toward a dangerous military confrontation, which undoubtedly would spread destruction and devastation across the Pacific. President Donald Trump and other members of his administration have said repeatedly that “all options are on the table” when it comes to North Korea, including the application of military force. “Military action would certainly be…

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North Korea says missile tests simulated nuclear strike on South

SEOUL (AFP) – North Korea said on Wednesday (July 20) its latest ballistic missile tests were personally ordered and monitored by supreme leader Kim Jong-Un and simulated nuclear strikes on US bases in South Korea. The three missiles launched on Tuesday simulated pre-emptive attacks on South Korean ports and airfields hosting US military “hardware”, the North’s official KCNA news agency…

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North Korea Considered Prayer a ‘Weapon,’ Says U.S. Missionary Who Served Hard Labor in Country

  A U.S. missionary who was sentenced to fifteen years of hard labor in North Korea, and served in a labor camp for two years before ultimately being freed, is speaking out about his experience and how his missionary work was deemed a “threat” to the atheist government. “They (the prosecutors) said, ‘You attempted to overthrow the government through prayer…

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North Korea Threatens To Nuke Manhattan – In Response To Extremely Provocative US Wargames

In a state-controlled outlet, the North Korean government threatened Sunday to use its new alleged hydrogen bomb technology to reduce Manhattan, New York, to rubble, warning that its nuclear weapon “is much bigger” than Soviet weaponry. The Washington Post has translated parts of the article in DPRK Today, a publication rarely used for the purpose of military bluster. When North…

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Kim Jong-un orders combat-ready forces to missile attack

The North Korean Army has been put on war footing after the corresponding order of the leader of the country. Pyongyang plans to carry out strikes on the positions of the South Korea. Earlier the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea delivered an ultimatum to South Korea, demanding to stop broadcasting propaganda on the border of the two countries. The Armed…

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North Korea Detains U.S. Tourist For Leaving Bible In Hotel Room

North Korea says it is holding an American tourist for “violating” its laws. The man has been named as Jeffrey Edward Fowle. He is said to have entered the country on April 29. The North’s KCNA news agency said he is being questioned for “conduct inappropriate for the purpose of his visit as a tourist”. Reports in Japan said that…

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North Korea Warns Of ‘All-Out War’

Rumors of war might become actual war sooner than is thought.   SEOUL — North Korea on Saturday issued a fresh warning of an “all-out war”, urging the United States to stop military drills and what it described as “nuclear blackmail.” In a thinly veiled threat to strike the United States, the North’s National Defence Commission (NDC), chaired by leader Kim…

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Persecution Increased Most in Sudan, Nigeria, Report Says

Open Doors’ 2012 World Watch List ranks countries where Christians suffered in 2011. LOS ANGELES, January 4 (CDN) — Sudan and northern Nigeria saw steeper increases in persecution against Christians than 48 other nations where Christians suffered abuse last year, according to an annual ranking by Christian support organization Open Doors. Sudan – where northern Christians experienced greater vulnerability after…

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