North Korea's Nuclear Weapons Program Has Grown With Each Kim Regime

North Korea's Nuclear Weapons Program Has Grown With Each Kim Regime

North Korea's Nuclear Weapons Program Has Grown With Each Kim Regime

A resident buys bottles of water at Home Depot in Guam Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017.

Regional tensions are mounting as Washington and Pyongyang ratchet up their war of words, with President Donald Trump warning Pyongyang would "truly regret" any hostile action against the US.

A picture released by Korean Central News Agency showing North Korea's intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) Hwasong-14 being launched at an undisclosed place in North Korea.

MotoGP champion Marquez takes pole position for Austrian GP
Johann Zarco finished sixth on his Tech3 Yamaha followed by Valentino Rossi , who has struggled with flu heading into the weekend. This is the show. "On the last lap I was thinking about everything; the championship, I forgot a little bit", Marquez said.

No one really knows how close or how far we are from a possible nuclear conflict with North Korea. After the attack, which North Korea has said it would take less than 18 minutes to reach the island, authorities advise Gambians to steer clear of areas marked "radiation hazard" or "HAZMAT" as well as all damaged areas.

The fact sheet's title: "In Case of Emergency - Preparing for Imminent Missile Threat".

"Our office hasn't received too many concerned calls", Jenna Gaminde, a spokeswoman for Guam Homeland Security, told The Washington Post on Friday about the U.S. The guidance includes tips on building an emergency kit, advice on staying put in concrete or brick structures, and reminders about keeping calm.

Liverpool midfielder Coutinho submits transfer request
If you ask early enough, you can either switch the plan of whatever. "I think the fans are frustrated and you can understand it". Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says the timing of Phillipe Coutinho's transfer request means that it is unlikely to be granted.

The local government of this tiny US Pacific island issued preparation guidance to its 163,000 people on Friday on how best to hide and deal with radiation after threats by Pyongyang to strike Guam, or test its missiles in its surrounding waters. Those caught outside should lay down, cover their heads and "not look at the flash or fireball" to avoid going blind.

To prevent radioactive material from spreading, people should remove their outer clothing, seal it in a plastic bag and get as far away as possible, the fact sheet says. But don't scratch or scrub skin and "do not use conditioner in your hair because it will bind radioactive material to your hair".

World markets slide for third day on political tension
David Madden, market analyst at CMC Markets UK, said: "The showdown between the two nations has scared off many investors". Focusing on United Kingdom stocks, BT and Lloyds Banking Group were among the biggest fallers after going ex-dividend.

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