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U.S. sends it’s navy strike group to Korean Peninsula

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The United States has sent it’s navy strike group to Korean Peninsula amidst tension between North Korea and the U.S. North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, who has been testing medium-range missiles in recent months has said that North Korea had entered the final stage of preparation for a test-launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile which is capable of hitting the mainland United States. In response, President Trump tweeted that “It won’t happen!”

Meanwhile, North Korea’s Foreign Ministry has strictly criticized Trump’s strike on Syria, describing it as “absolutely unpardonable as it was an undisguised act of aggression against a sovereign state.” It added that North Korea will not be frightened by the U.S. strike on Syria and that the strikes showed why North Korea needed nuclear weapons and the means to deliver them.

According to North Korea’s Foreign Ministry, “We will bolster up in every way our capability for self-defense to cope with the U.S. evermore reckless moves for a war and defend ourselves with our own force.