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North Korea issued a new threat to test a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean, so President Trump tweeted Friday that the rogue regime’s leader would be “tested like never before.” Advertisements
According to a Chinese scientist, a mountain in North Korea believed to have served as the site of five of the rogue regime’s nuclear tests — including Sunday’s supposed hydrogen bomb explosion — is at risk of collapsing and leaking radiation into the region.
Tuesday President Trump announced that he would allow Japan and South Korea to buy a “substantially increased” amount of sophisticated U.S. military equipment in the wake of the latest threat out of North Korea.
Monday U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley called on the body’s Security Council to impose the strongest possible sanctions against North Korea, in response to the rogue nation’s most recent nuclear test, saying “the time for half measures … is over.”
One police officer was hospitalized after inhaling fumes following two explosions that rocked a flooded chemical plant outside of Houston on Thursday morning, officials said.
Wednesday the U.S. Missile Defense Agency announced that it successfully shot down a medium-range ballistic missile off the coast of Hawaii in a new test of its missile defense system at sea.
Kim Jong Un, placing his foot firmly back on the gas in his war of wills with the United States, reportedly ordered more rocket engines and warhead tips for the rogue regime’s ramped-up intercontinental ballistic missile program.
President Donald Trump has approved a long-delayed Pentagon plan to create an independent and more aggressive cyber command in order to beef up cyberwar operations against ISIS and other enemies.
Tuesday Hassan Rouhani, the president of Iran, said that Tehran could abandon the 2015 nuclear deal “within hours” if new sanctions from the U.S. are imposed. Rouhani claimed that the new sanctions would be a breach of the agreement made between Iran and other countries, including the U.S. and China.
It is possible, that within the next 18 months, North Korea could develop a hydrogen bomb – the ultimate atomic weapon – with the potential to kill millions of people.