• If sanctions on North Korea won't work, we'll go to 'Phase Two' – Trump

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    Delhi: President Donald Trump has warned that the US will go to "Phase 2" if sanctions imposed on North Korea do not have the desired effects. Trump made the statement during a joint news conference with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. "If the sanctions don't work, we will have to go to phase two, and phase two may be a very rough thing, may be very, very unfortunate for the world." The president did not specify exactly what he meant by "Phase 2" and qualified the statement saying that he didn't think he was "going to exactly play that card." Earlier the Trump administration ann...Read More


  • Logic behind illogical behavior of Kim Jong

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    Bhopal: Amongst heated statements being exchanged by Trump and Kim Jong un becoming the headlines of the newspapers, the world today is once again witnessing to be on the threshold of a nuclear war. Surely it's not long enough for anybody to forget the consequences of the nuclear attack faced by Japan during the Second World War. It is hard to believe that despite the unprecedented loss procured by mankind in these attacks hardly seven decades back, are two super powers once again on the verge of involving the world in another nuclear war. Though it's since the 80's that US is trying to convince...Read More


  • Japan PM Shinzo Abe promises to deal with North Korea threat

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    New Delhi: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has promised to "deal firmly" with North Korea after exit polls suggested he won a clear victory in Sunday's election. Mr Abe had called an early election for an increased mandate to deal with "crises" facing Japan, including the threat from Pyongyang. Local media report Mr Abe's ruling coalition has retained its two-thirds majority in parliament. This paves the way for Mr Abe to amend Japan's post-war pacifist constitution. The prime minister has previously called for the existence of the country's armed forces to be formalised, a controversial mov...Read More


  • Weapons of mass destruction will not be used on Korean peninsula - Putin

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    New Delhi: Russian president Vladimir Putin is confident that there will be no conflict with the use of weapons of mass destruction in North-East Asia, he said at the Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) in Vladivostok. "We hope it will not come to a conflict with the use of weapons of mass destruction in North-East Asia", Russian president Vladimir Putin stated at the Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) in Vladivostok. "There are possibilities to achieve the settlement of Pyongyang's problem by diplomatic means. This is possible and must be done," he stated. Putin believes in the possibility of solving the ques...Read More


  • South Korea conducts bombing drill in response to Pyongyang’s missile test

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    New Delhi: Demonstrating its "overwhelming" military force to North Korea, South Korea conducted bombing drills just hours after Pyongyang launched what appeared to be an intermediate range ballistic missile that reportedly fell in Japanese waters. The show of force, ordered by South Korean president Moon Jae-in, involved four F15K fighter jets dropping MK84 multipurpose bombs on a shooting range near the inter-Korean border in Taebaek, the presidential press secretary told reporters, according to Yonhap. Moon's chief press secretary, Yoon Young-chan, said the bombing drill was ordered immediately ...Read More