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Netanyahu opposes easing of Iran deal; U.S., S. Korea, Japan in war games vs. N. Korea (Second Coming Watch #862)

1. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Friday that the world cannot allow Iran to develop a nuclear weapon.

2. North Korea threatened on Sunday to sink a U.S. 153 more words

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Permanent Irritation: Why Nothing Will Change With North Korea

ذبابة ما هي شئ و تغلت الروح

(A fly is nothing; but it is still loathesome.  –Egyptian proverb)

There has been much talk in the news of possible military action of some sort on the Korean peninsula.  76 more words

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Senators bring new Iran sanctions bill over missile tests, terrorism

WASHINGTON (JTA) — A bipartisan slate of senators has introduced new sanctions targeting Iran for its missile testing and destabilizing actions days before AIPAC’s national conference. 563 more words

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The Deep State keeping Trump pre-occupied with fake Russia narrative is preventing administration from tackling REAL problems - like North Korea

By J. D. Heyes

(NationalSentinel) Defense: The continual barrage of phony allegations and fake charges leveled at Team Trump by the Deep State and its allies in the discredited Washington establishment media are frankly putting the country at risk. 566 more words

National Security

North Korea's Missile Tests Threaten Macaroon Picnic

On Monday afternoon, objections mounted as passengers picked up on failed moves in North Korea. Victor Cha, a former White House adviser on Asia, said North Korea tends to up the tempo of missile tests during the drills when relations with the U.S. 222 more words


North Korea Tests China's Patience with Missile Launches During Its Biggest Political Gathering

In the majestic belly of Beijing’s Great Hall of the People, where all of China’s top political figures are currently gathered for the annual National People’s Congress (NPC) legislative session… 1,066 more words

Netanyahu welcomes US warning to Iran on ballistic missile tests

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday welcomed Washington’s stern warning to Iran over the Islamic Republic’s controversial testing of ballistic missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads. 579 more words

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