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As fears over a possible World War 3 continue to grow, an honorary delegate is now alleging that North Korea could supposedly “finish” the world with just three bombs.
Those who have been reading the news about Syria and fearing World War 3 now have cause for concern as a vicious chemical weapons attack has caused President Trump to launch a missile strike in retaliation at Syria, something that could have grave consequences and very possibly bring about a large-scale war. Vladimir Putin has suggested that the missile strike aimed at Syria was one which came from a “made-up pretext” and has called Trump’s attack what he considers “aggression against a...
Citizens around the world are growing more frightened by the day of World War 3 as North Korea continues to test missiles and President Donald Trump and Mike Pence warn the country that they will suffer consequences if they do not stop. There has been widespread condemnation around the world of North Korea’s missile tests, yet they have remained firm that they will continue to test missiles weekly, monthly and yearly.
The US secretary of state, Rex Tillerson has accused Iran of “alarming ongoing provocations” aimed at destabilizing the Middle East and undermining America’s interests. Tillerson cited Iran’s nuclear ambitions, claiming that the latter pose a grave threat to international security.
Google searches for “World War 3” and “Trump War” has hit all-time high ever since the tension between North Korea and the United States has escalated in the past few weeks.
With the rising tension between North Korea and the United States, it looks like the next great war is allegedly inevitable. Recently, North Korea’s state-controlled newspaper claimed that their country possesses the Hydrogen bomb. According to a top nuclear expert, if any of the countries will use their nuclear weapons, be it an atomic bomb or a Hydrogen bomb, almost everyone on this planet will die on the very first day.
Is a nuclear war with North Korea likely? As Pyongyang continues to develop and test nuclear weapons, and the United States responds with strong rhetoric, just how likely is an exchange of nuclear weapons between the two nations?
North Korea will not be hesitant to risk nuclear war, even going so far as to use nuclear weapons preemptively in response to the United States’ “reckless” aggression, the Asian nation’s vice foreign minister has said. In a 40-minute interview, Han Song Ryol blamed the U.S. for the escalation toward military confrontation, pinpointing President Donald Trump’s “aggressive tweets” and America “making trouble” in the region. At the same time, China’s foreign minister, Wang Yi, seemed to predict a...
With the rising tension between North Korea and the United States, it looks like the next great war is inevitable. Recently, North Korea’s state-controlled newspaper claimed that their country possesses the hydrogen bomb. According to a top nuclear expert, if any of the countries will use their nuclear weapons, be it an atomic bomb or a hydrogen bomb, almost everyone on this planet will die on the very first day.
In what could ignite World War 3, President Trump’s national security adviser allegedly wants to send thousands of U.S. troops to Syria.
This week tensions between North Korea and America reached a dramatic high as President Donald Trump ordered a massive armada of U.S. aircraft carriers, warships and submarines were sent to the Korean peninsula. Japan, an American ally, sent its Maritime Self-Defence Force to join the U.S. armada in carrying out a series of military exercises.