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Arab Pundits Warn Iran Will Follow In Footsteps Of North Korea

TEL AVIV — Arabic social media has been buzzing with commentary on the most recent nuclear test performed by North Korea, with many blaming the situation on the international community’s nuclear deal with the Iranian regime.

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North Korea Crosses Donald Trump’s ‘Red Line’

President Donald Trump famously enforced the “red line” against Syria’s use of chemical weapons that President Barack Obama would not. Now he faces his own challenge, as North Korea has crossed all of his own “red lines.”

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North Korea: We Are Ready for ‘Pre-Emptive Nuclear Strike’ on U.S.

North Korea has once again asserted that it will use its nuclear weapons arsenal against the United States. Unlike previous statements, however, a note from the rogue state’s foreign minister on Monday insisted that North Korea is fully equipped and ready to use a nuclear weapon on the United States, not just willing to do so.

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North Korea Threatens Hydrogen Bomb Attack on Manhattan

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.

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South Korea Fires Warning Shots at North Korean Drone as Tensions Grow

The South Korean government revealed Wednesday that it had fired 20 machine gun shots at an unidentified drone widely believed to have come from North Korea that had entered South Korean territory. The incident follows international condemnation of a weapons test Pyongyang claims was the successful detonation of a hydrogen bomb.


China Sitting Down with U.S., South Korea to Stop North Korea’s ‘H-Bomb’

The Chinese government has dispatched diplomats to begin discussions with high-level officials in both South Korea and the United States regarding how to approach North Korea’s belligerent activity this week, including the detonation of a nuclear weapon the rogue state claims was a hydrogen bomb.

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Skeptics Challenge North Korean Claims of Hydrogen Bomb Detonation

North Korea claims to have detonated a hydrogen bomb – as they described it, an “H-bomb of justice” – that would represent a massive escalation in the Communist dictatorship’s nuclear capability, putting them one major step closer to having weapons that can hit the continental United States.

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Marco Rubio: North Korea ‘Run By A Lunatic’

“I have been warning throughout this campaign that North Korea is run by a lunatic who has been expanding his nuclear arsenal while President Obama has stood idly by,” Rubio said in a statement issued moments after the news of a nuclear test broke last night.

Republican presidential candidate, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. speaks at a town hall in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2016. (

Kim Jong-Un: North Korea Has a Hydrogen Bomb

North Korea does not like to be ignored for too long. The latest bid for attention from the nightmarish regime of Kim Jong-Un is the claim that his scientists have developed a hydrogen bomb, which would be a dramatic upgrade from the crude atomic weapons they have so far created.

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