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North Korea: What happens when the 'fire and fury' starts?

Chicago Tribune 14 hours ago

A new round of blustery threats emerged over North Korea on Tuesday, as President Trump warned that any military action by Pyongyang "will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen," and North Korea's military signaled it was "carefully examining" a plan to attack Guam. Threats and bluster are part of a familiar and long-running game of brinkmanship between Washington and Pyongyang, but this time, it has been made more dangerous by two volatile new players: Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump. Kim, the current incarnation of North Korea's ruling dynasty, is in his early 30s — a callow youth and a less predictable character than his father, Kim Jong Il. In little more than five years in office, he has executed his uncle, ordered the assassination of his half brother and redoubled efforts to develop a nuclear weapon capable of reaching the United States. ...
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