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North Korea Threat Is 'Critical And Imminent,' Japan Tells U.S., South Korea

WorldNews Monday, 23 October 2017
North Korea Threat Is 'Critical And Imminent,' Japan Tells U.S., South KoreaReuters reported Monday Japanese Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera cautioned both the United States and South Korea the threat from North Korea has grown to a “critical and imminent level” and the matter must be addressed. The remarks underscore deep concern Tokyo has after North Korean weapons tests and the firing of missiles over Japan as Pyongyang works to create missiles capable of hitting the mainland United States, the report said. Onodera’s comments were more fierce than earlier remarks by U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and South Korean Defense Minister Song Young-Moo, as the three men met on the sidelines of a gathering of Asian defense chiefs in the Philippines, Reuters reported....
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On Monday, the Japanese Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera said that the threat from North Korea has grown to a “critical and imminent level” and the United States, Japan and South Korea must address the matter. The minister expressed deep concern in Tokyo after several North Korean weapons tests,...

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