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North Korean Threat To USA


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North korean leader Kim Jong Un salutes during a visit to the Ministry of the People’s Armed Forces on the occasion of the new year, in this undated photo released by North Korea’s Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on January 10, 2016.

South Korea said on Sunday North Korea’s latest missile launch threatened the entire world, warning of a punitive action if it leads to further provocations such as a nuclear test or a long-range missile launch.

"North Korea showing a variety of offensive missiles at yesterday’s military parade and daring to fire a ballistic missile today is a show of force that threatens the whole world,” South Korea’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

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A North Korean missile "blew up almost immediately” on its test launch on Sunday, the U.S. Pacific Command said, hours before U.S. Vice President Mike Pence was due in South Korea for talks on the North’s increasingly defiant arms program.

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North Korean Threat To USA


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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un salutes during a visit to the Ministry of the People’s Armed Forces on the occasion of the new year, in this undated photo released by North Korea’s Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on January 10, 2016.

South Korea said on Sunday North Korea’s latest missile launch threatened the entire world, warning of a punitive action if it leads to further provocations such as a nuclear test or a long-range missile launch.

"North Korea showing a variety of offensive missiles at yesterday’s military parade and daring to fire a ballistic missile today is a show of force that threatens the whole world,” South Korea’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

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A North Korean missile "blew up almost immediately” on its test launch on Sunday, the U.S. Pacific Command said, hours before U.S. Vice President Mike Pence was due in South Korea for talks on the North’s increasingly defiant arms program.

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Two Killers,Ready to Destroy Humanity


 

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Russia, Syria and Iran strongly warned the United States Friday against launching new strikes on Syria and called for an international investigation of the chemical weapons attack there that killed nearly 90 people.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, who hosted his Iranian and Syrian counterparts in Moscow, denounced the U.S. missile strikes on Syria as a “flagrant violation” of international law. Additional such actions would entail “grave consequences not only for regional but global security,” Lavrov said.

Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Moallem said the meeting sent a “strong message” to Washington. Iran’s Mohammad Javad Zarif emphasized that the participants agreed that unilateral actions by the U.S. were unacceptable.

The U.S. accuses the Syrian government of deliberately launching the deadly chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun on April 4. Russia has alleged that the victims were killed by toxic agents from a rebel chemical arsenal hit by Syrian war planes.

Moscow has warned against putting the blame on Damascus until an independent inquiry is conducted and vetoed a proposed U.N. resolution on the attack, saying it failed to mention the need to inspect the affected area.

Lavrov on Friday expressed skepticism about a preliminary investigation conducted by the U.N.’s chemical weapons watchdog. He alleged that its experts failed to visit the site and said it was unclear to Russia where evidence was taken and how it was

In Russia’s view, the probe conducted by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons should be widened to include experts from many nations, he said.

“If our U.S. colleagues and some European nations believe that their version is right, they have no reason to fear the creation of such an independent group,” Lavrov added. “The investigation into this high-profile incident must be transparent and leave no doubt that someone is trying to hide something.”

Lavrov said the U.S. strike on the Syrian base has undermined peace efforts in Syria and reflected Washington’s focus on ousting Syrian President Bashar Assad’s government.

The three ministers also discussed the beefing up of U.S. forces on Jordan’s border with Syria, Moallem said. He added that Russia, Iran and Syria have “common procedures against any aggression,” but wouldn’t offer specifics.

Lavrov said Moscow has asked Washington about the purpose of the buildup and received assurances that the U.S. troops were deployed there to cut supply lines between the Islamic State group factions in Syria and Iraq.

Russia has staunchly backed Assad’s government throughout Syria’s six-year civil war. It has conducted an air campaign in Syria since September 2015, saving Assad’s government from imminent collapse and helping to reverse the Syrian military’s fortunes.

Trump Plan


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US President Donald Trump said Tuesday that the United States is ready to solve the North Korean “problem” without China if necessary.

“North Korea is looking for trouble,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “If China decides to help, that would be great. If not, we will solve the problem without them! USA.”

Trump launched a missile strike on Syria late Thursday while meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.

The move was widely interpreted as a warning to North Korea as well as retaliation for the Damascus regime’s suspected sarin attack against civilians in a rebel-held town in Syria.

“I explained to the President of China that a trade deal with the US will be far better for them if they solve the North Korean problem!” Trump wrote in an earlier tweet.

The United States has deployed a naval strike group ─ which includes the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson ─ to the Korean peninsula in a show of force.

Trump has previously threatened unilateral action against Pyongyang if China, the North’s sole major ally, fails to help curb its neighbor’s nuclear ambitions.

Tears Of Syria


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The war in Syria has gone on for over five years and has claimed the lives of more than a quarter of a million people.

It is being fought between soldiers who support the president of Syria, Bashar al-Assad, and a group of fighters known as rebels, who don’t want him to be in power anymore.

Because it is being fought between two sides within the same country, it is known as a civil war.

There has been a significant battle in the Syrian city of Aleppo recently, which is part of this conflict.

Recently Asad army used chemical bomb against his people,The grief-stricken father cradled his 9-month-old twins, Aya and Ahmad, each in the crook of an arm. Stroking their hair, he choked back tears, mumbling, “Say goodbye, baby, say goodbye” to their lifeless bodies.Then Abdel Hameed Al Yousuf took them to a mass grave where 22 members of his family were being buried. Each branch of the clan got its own trench.More than 80 people, including at least 30 children and 20 women, were killed in the chemical attack on the Syrian town of Khan Shaikhoun early Tuesday, and the toll could still rise. The Al Yousuf family, one of the town’s main clans, was hardest hit.

This conflict is expanding day by day in Middle East, turkey; KSA and Iran have been involved in this civil war. They are supporting their well wishers. Actually this is the power game of world powers USA and Russia who are playing in Muslims territories. They are behind the scene.

The current Aleppo onslaught has resulted in hundreds of innocent people dead and counting, as Assad’s Army is attempting a final blow to rebels. Last day In Ankara Russian Ambassador was killed by his guard who was chanting “revenge for Syria and Aleppo”. The murder followed days of protests in Turkey over Russia’s role in Syria as a backer of president Bashar al-Assad and came on the eve of talks in Moscow about the future of Syria involving Russia, Iran and Turkey, which will still go ahead on Tuesday. This all seems to be a pre planned strategy..

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In this scenario, The role of Muslim world is shameful; all Muslim rulers seem to be in deep slumber, and no one has even condemned Assad’s Cruellism. Cessation of the incremental genocide and the restitution of the basic human and civil rights of syria, wherever they are, including the right to return, is the only way to open a new vista for a productive international intervention in the Middle East as a whole. It is time to raise a strong movement against Civil War in Syria.