As Trump threatens North Korea, is US practicing for war?
Friday, 13 October 2017 WASHINGTON (AP) — Does the ominous rhetoric from President Donald Trump and repeated flights by U.S. strategic bombers over the Korean Peninsula mean Washington is readying for what many feel is unthinkable — a military conflict with a nuclear-armed North Korea that would put millions of civilians at risk? U.S. B-1B bombers flew this week […]
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