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Watch South Korean And American Troops Simulate A Beach Landing On North Korea

South Korean and American forces are undergoing rigorous combined arms training while North Korea continues to issue threats of nuclear war. Just yesterday, U.S. Marines and South Korean troops made a dramatic simulated beach landing as part of the ongoing annual war games dubbed Foal Eagle and Key Resolve, and this…

North Korea Says They Have Deployed Nuclear Weapons For "Preemptive" Use

As we discussed yesterday, North Korea’s response to crushing sanctions enacted by a fully united UN Security Council would be unpredictable and and potentially very dangerous. Shortly after, North Korea launched short-range ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan, and now they say they are readying their nuclear…

North Korea's Reaction To Crushing UN Sanctions Remains A Perilous Unknown

Unprecedentedly harsh sanctions aimed at severing North Korea’s cash flow, much of which goes to its nuclear development and long-range rocket programs, have been unanimously agreed on by the UN Security Council. But with tensions seemingly already at an all-time high on the Korean Peninsula, it’s totally unknown how…

U.S. General Says North Korea Would Use WMD As Details On Secret Negotiations Emerge

Tensions on the Korean Peninsula are higher today than they have been in decades, and the head of U.S. forces in Korea made it crystal clear to the Senate Armed Services Committee precisely what is at stake: Kim Jong Un, by his own words, would indeed use Weapons of Mass Destruction if his regime were threatened.

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Read North Korea's Positively Batshit Insane Statement On Its Hydrogen Bomb 

Last night, following reports of unusual seismic activity in the region, the Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea announced it detonated its first hydrogen bomb in an underground test. But when you’re North Korea, you don’t just come out say, “Hey, look what we did.” No, you have to make a deeply bizarre…

North Korea Says It Has Detonated Its First Hydrogen Bomb (Updated)

A 5.1 magnitude quake was detected about 30 miles from North Korea’s Punggye-Ri nuclear test site this evening, indicating a possible underground nuclear detonation. North Korea’s last nuclear test was in 2013 and the detonation resulted in a quake measuring 5.1 magnitude with an estimated weapons yield between six…