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North Korea could have up to 40 nuclear weapons by the end of the year, peace research institute warns 

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Kim Jong-un will likely have 40 nukes by 2020, researchers from Sweden say, around a dozen more than this time last year - meaning he has continued to build them despite talks with the US.

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John Bolton: China Could ‘Hold the Key’ to North Korea Denuclearization
MIAMI, FLORIDA - FEBRUARY 18: National Security Adviser John Bolton speaks to the media before the arrival of President Donald Trump during a rally at Florida International University on February 18, 2019 in Miami, Florida. President Trump is scheduled to speak about the ongoing crisis in Venezuela. (Photo by Joe …Joe Raedle/Getty Images

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National Security Advisor John Bolton on Thursday called on China to exert pressure on North Korea, as the road ahead for denuclearization talks remains unclear.

“China could really hold the key to this here if they press North Korea hard enough,” he said during an exclusive interview with Breitbart News’ Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow on Sirius XM’s Breitbart News Daily.

“China is obviously North Korea’s dominant trading partner. Over 90 percent [of] North Korea’s external trade is with China. We continue to press China to enforce all the sanctions against North Korea. China’s always said going back over 20 years now they don’t want to see North Korea with nuclear weapons, and I think they have good reason not to want to see North Korea with nuclear weapons because China ultimately doesn’t want to see Japan get nuclear weapons,” he said.

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/03/21/exclusive-john-bolton-china-could-hold-the-key-to-north-korea-denuclearization/

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Back to square one: Satellite pictures reveal that North Korea has begun the 'rapid rebuilding' of their long-range nuclear missile site just DAYS after the collapse of Trump's Vietnam summit with Kim Jong-un

North Korea 'rapidly rebuilding' long-range rocket site following the collapse of talks

Just days after the spectacular collapse of President Trump and Kim Jong Un's second summit in Vietnam, new satellite images show that North Korea are 'rapidly rebuilding' a long-range missile launch site, analysts say. The Sohae Launch Facility, which the country uses to launch satellites into orbit and other technologies to aid its intercontinental ballistic missile (ICMB) program, had previously been partly dismantled after the two leader's first meeting last summer. An engine test site was taken down, along with a rocket launchpad and a rail-mounted building, which would help transport vehicles to the launchpad.


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Peace in Korea? Doubtful

First published in Feb 2018 - repeating after today's news:

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North Korea has produced enough bomb fuel for up to seven new nuclear weapons during denuclearization talks, study reveals ahead of second summit between Trump and Kim

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The regime is said to have used spent fuel from a nuclear plant in Yongbyon to produce up to 18 pounds of weapons-grade uranium since May 2018. Pictured: Trump and Kim in Singapore last year.

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POMPEO: NKOREA SANCTIONS NOT LIFTED UNTIL ‘VERIFIED DENUCLEARIZATION’

Top US diplomat shrugs off Pyongyang's accusation of 'gangster-like' demands

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Peace in Korea? Doubtful

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DONT BELIEVE IT!  We may have a halt in Nuke production, but be cautious when people say there is peace, when there is no peace!

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Remember one fact... When we here of peace... prepare for war!  https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ez+13%3A10&version=ESV

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TRUMP’S ‘MAXIMUM-PRESSURE POLICY’ WORKS AS KIM JONG UN REQUESTS MEETING TO DE-NUKE

North Korea’s Kim Jong Un wants to meet with US President Donald Trump – and there may potentially be a deal on the table to de-nuke NK’s dangerous dictator


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North Korea's Been Moving Missile And Nuke Parts Through An Embassy In Germany

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North Korea said the new missile reached an altitude of about 4,475 km (2,780 miles) - more than 10 times the height of the International Space Station - and flew 950 km (590 miles) during its 53-minute flight. REUTERS/KCNA

'We cannot guarantee that we spot and block each attempt'

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Why does the media and the left always want a shooting war? The war on terror should have been a covert war, so should this one. A miss placed piece of gum can take down a rocket easier and cheaper than a missile. A case of food poisoning is as effective as an assassins bullet. But we have those among us who always must beat the drums of war.

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US is weighing up the likelihood of a 'limited' strike on North Korea to give it a ‘bloody nose’

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The Trump administration is deliberating the pros and cons of a possible strike on North Korea in what officials are calling a high-risk retaliation of future weapon tests, the Wall Street Journal claims.

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This is not going to end well.
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'We must be tough & decisive!' Trump says after Kim's warning that the US will 'pay dearly' for North Korean sanctions


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Trump turns on China: Furious president says country could 'easily' solve problem with North Korea but does nothing to help America except 'talk' as he dispatches two B-1 bombers to Korean Peninsula

Trump says China could solve problems with North Korea

Trump took to Twitter (inset) on Saturday night to call out past American leaders who he believes went lax on China helping out with the growing North Korea problem. Kim Jong-Un successfully launched a missile on Friday that experts said could reach the US (top). Trump wrote that leaders had allowed China to make hundreds of billions a year in trade but that 'they do NOTHING for us with North Korea, just talk.'

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