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US, Japan Hold Joint Urban Warfare Drills Near Mt. Fuji

Tokyo (TLS) – Coinciding with the drills, the U.S. has also carried out military flights over the Korean peninsula. The U.S. military has teamed up with its Japanese counterpart at the foot of Mount Fuji in Japan to carry out joint urban warfare and frontline rescue drills, amid continued threats against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. […]

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Beating The Drum For A “Good” Nuclear War With North Korea

Washington D.C. (MPN) – Wars don’t start these days with the invader/attacker saying “We want war” (even Hitler ginned up a false-flag attack as pretext for launching WW II). So Kim Jong Un is “crazy,” North Korea “begging for war,” and “enough is enough.” The drum beats on and justifications assemble themselves. United Nations Ambassador Nikki […]

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Pakistan – Why the US Allied Rogue Nuclear State is Far Worse than Korea

Islamabad (GPA) – While US President Donald Trump has been threatening world stability over North Korea’s weapons program, he has only paid the traditional lip service to the US backed nuclear rogue – Pakistan. While the whole world watches the Trump regime’s ongoing escalation towards the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea (DPRK or North Korea), the western media […]

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Putin Offers Joint Projects to Unite Russia, North and South Korea

Moscow (TeleSUR) – Rather than inviting Pyongyang “to a cemetery,” economic integration would strengthen stability and trust while developing the region, Putin said. Russian President Vladimir Putin has proposed a conciliatory solution toward resolving the crisis on the Korean peninsula, noting that the incorporation of North Korea into joint development projects across the region could soothe the frayed […]

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UNSC: Russia and China Call for Peace – Condemn DPRK Nuke Test

New York (Duran) – Russia and China remain committed to peace. The US seems determined to prolong tensions. The Ambassadors of China and Russia have spoken with a joint voice before the United Nations Security Council during a special session devoted to discussing North Korea’s detonation of what is thought to be a hydrogen bomb on the 3rd […]

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North Korea Won’t Negotiate Nuclear Deal With ‘Hostile’ US

Pyongyang (TLS) – Pyongyang said “as long as the hostile U.S. policy and nuclear threat remains unchallenged,” it won’t eliminate its nuclear deterrent arsenal. North Korea, or the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, DPRK, will not take its self-defensive nuclear deterrent arsenal to the negotiating table, a Pyongyang envoy has said. “The measures taken by the […]

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US Sanctions Symptomatic of a Failing Empire

Washington D.C. (NEO) – On 26 July 2017 the US Congress overwhelmingly approved a Bill providing for fresh sanctions against North Korea, Russia and Iran. The passage of this Bill, and its level of support in the US Congress is instructive on a number of levels. The first point is that the US, or more accurately […]

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Why the DPRK Needs a Nuclear Deterrent

Pyongyang (WW) – Since 1950, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea — north Korea — has lived under the shadow of a U.S. nuclear attack. Gen. Douglas MacArthur, who commanded U.S. forces during the Korean War, told reporters in 1954: “I could have won the war in Korea in a maximum of 10 days. … […]

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North Korea or Iran…Where Will Trump Attack First?

Washington D.C. (RPI) – President Trump seems to be impatiently racing toward at least one disastrous war. Maybe two. The big question is who will Trump attack first? North Korea or Iran? Over the past several days President Trump has sent two nuclear-capable B-1 bombers over the Korean peninsula to send a clear message that […]

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North Korea Launches ICBM: Major Conflict on Cards

Pyongyang (SCF) – On July 28, North Korea conducted an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) launch. The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said the test proved that the entire United States was within striking range. The missile reportedly flew for 45 minutes, reaching a peak altitude of 3,000 km, and a slightly longer range than the previous test on […]

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