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North Korea Warns Of Nuclear War If U.s. Drill Turns To 'actual Fighting'


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North Korea warned Sunday that the joint U.S.-South Korean military exercises set to start Monday will be "adding fuel to the fire" of already heightened tensions with the United States and its allies.


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I hope like hell nothing happens, but it's worth noting that this is all set to kick off today.

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North Korea fires multiple short-range projectiles into sea


SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea early on Saturday fired several short-range projectiles into the sea off its east coast from its eastern Kangwon province, South Korea’s military said.


The South Korean Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said the projectiles flew in a northeasterly direction for about 250 kilometers (155 miles) into the sea.....



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Trump meets with top North Korean official amid speculation of a second summit with Kim Jong Un

(A.K.A. receives instructions from 'Rocket Man')

President Trump met with a senior North Korean official at the White House on Friday amid speculation that the two sides could soon announce a second summit between him and Kim Jong Un.  

Trump welcomed Kim Yong Chol, a former spy chief, who was reported to be delivering a personal letter from North Korea’s authoritarian leader. Kim, who has served as Pyongyang’s lead negotiator on nuclear talks, also visited Trump in the Oval Office in June to seal plans for the first summit later that month in Singapore.  

“They will discuss relations between the two countries and progress on North Korean denuclearization,” White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement.




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