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North Korean Leader Continues Attempt To Boos Strike Capability

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North Korean Leader Continues Attempt To Boos Strike Capability

North Korean Leader Continues Attempt To Boos Strike Capability

North Korea state media said leader Kim Jong Un directed another missile firing.

According to Reuters, Jong Un ordered its military to boost its strike capability.

This comes after the U.S. seized a large North Korean cargo ship accused of illicit coal shipments.

The seizure increases tension as Jong Un and Donald Trump can’t come to an agreement.

Jong Un said: “Genuine peace and security of the country are guaranteed only by the strong physical force capable of defending its

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North Korean Leader Continues Attempt To Boos Strike Capability

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