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Russia deploys nuclear-capable missiles in Kaliningrad

Source: BBC

Russia has deployed nuclear-capable Iskander missiles in its Kaliningrad region, bordering Poland and Lithuania.

Linas Linkevicius, foreign minister of Nato-member Lithuania, said that the aim of the move was to “seek concessions from the West”. 154 more words

The Muslim Times

The Marshall Islands Cannot Sue Nuclear Powers for Proliferation, U.N. Court Rules

The Marshall Islands — home to Bikini Atoll, where the first postwar U.S. nuclear test was conducted in 1946 —has been told by a top international court that its lawsuit against three nuclear powers over their alleged failure to stop nuclear proliferation… 217 more words


When we read and see on television and the internet the horrible ways that human beings treat each other it makes me despair of the nature and future of humankind. 993 more words

Op Ed

North Korea nuclear test: South would reduce Pyongyang 'to ashes'

Source: BBC

South Korea has a plan to annihilate the North Korean capital if it shows any signs of mounting a nuclear attack, according to reports from Seoul. 217 more words


North Korea conducts 'biggest atomic test yet' as Pyongyang hails 'nuclear warhead explosion' 5.3-magnitude | Chris Graham, Julian Ryall, Tokyo  & Emma Gatten - The Telegraph

  • 5.3-magnitude “artificial earthquake” detected near North Korea’s main nuclear site
  • Nuclear test was country’s fifth and “most powerful” to date
  • North Korea says it conducted a “higher level” nuclear warhead test explosion…
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North Korea

What’s Going on? Contradictory Reports Regarding US Nukes on Incirlik Airbase

Contradictory reports spread across the Web regarding the relocation of US nuclear weapons from Incirlik Airbase. Sputnik provides an overview of recent developments around the base. 691 more words

Man Who Wrote About US Nukes Moving From Turkey Stands by His Report


Georgi Gotev, the author of an article about the US transferring its nuclear weapons in Turkey to Romania, insists that the information obtained from his own sources can be trusted, and promised to follow up on this subject.

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