Why North Korea could now threaten Alaska https://t.co/PA8ZFkB7sQ pic.twitter.com/EcifW4kVC3
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AFP reports: China’s ambassador to the United Nations has warned of “disastrous” consequences if world powers fail to find a way to ease tensions with North Korea which he said could “get out of control”.
Ambassador Liu Jieyi made the remarks a day after US president Donald Trump spoke by phone with Chinese leader Xi Jinping on the threat posed by North Korea’s missile and nuclear tests.
“Currently tensions are high and we certainly would like to see a de-escalation,” Liu told a news conference at UN headquarters as China takes over the security council presidency in July.
“If tension only goes up … then sooner or later it will get out of control and the consequences would be disastrous,” he said. [Continue reading…]
No state that has built an ICBM has been unable to create a reentry vehicle capable of delivering a warhead. https://t.co/7TW1UXzqsX
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