North-Korea

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THE NORTH KOREAN DRAMA CONTINUES

Winchester, VA - UPI reports North Korea issued a warning today that joint U.S.-South Korea miltary exercises which are scheduled to begin on August 21 could lead to a military conflict. The state-run media KCNA stated in an editorial, “No matter how much the exercises are regularized through conversation, the danger of war can never be diminished.” The Associated Press reports that Marine Corps General Joseph Dunford, the chairman of the […]

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CHINA HAS STATED ITS POSITION TO THE UNITED STATES REGARDING A NORTH KOREAN CONFLICT

Winchester, VA - President Donald Trump yesterday defended his threats of fire and fury upon North Korea. Fox News is reporting this morning that the Chinese government has stated that if the United States strikes North Korea first, it will come to the defense of its Asian ally. If North Korea makes the first strike, however, China has pledged its neutrality in the conflict. The Daily Mail reports that Japan is […]

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North Korea held patriotic rallies yesterday and threatened Guam anew

Winchester, VA - The Associated Press reports that a giant military rally was held in North Korea yesterday as a sign of unity to the United Nations in their rejection of the new sanctions levied upon them. North Korean General Kim Rak Gyom, head of North Korea's rocket command, says North Korea is on the verge of finalizing plans to fire mid-range missiles at the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam, aiming […]

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Education & World News

Winchester, VA - Reuters reported yesterday that Otto Warmbier, the University of Virginia student who was returned from North Korea on “humanitarian grounds” last week died in a Cincinnati Hospital yesterday. Doctors had said that Warmbier was in a state of unresponsive wakefulness, unable to see, hear, or respond to any stimulus around him. North Korea said that Otto had fallen into the coma after contracting botulism but his family rejected […]

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The Fellowship Of The Clans

Secretary of Defense Mattis: Russia Competitive, North Korea Dangerous, and Military Not Ready

Winchester, VA - Secretary of Defense James Mattis testified last night before the House Armed Services Committee covering multiple issues such as Russia, North Korea, and American combat readiness. Time reports that of Russia, Secretary Mattis said “At this time...I do not see any indication that Mr. Putin would want a positive relationship with us. That is not to say we can't get there as we look for common ground but […]

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