North Korea is ‘training for an attack on US bases in Japan’: Kim Jong Un is pictured applauding missile launch as Trump warns him of ‘dire consequences’ and sends anti-missile system to the South

Tuesday, March 7, 2017
By Paul Martin

North Korea said Tuesday its missile launches were training for a strike on US bases in Japan
Three of four missiles shot landed in Japan’s exclusive economic zone
The US has also begun deploying a missile defense system in South Korea to protect against North Korea
China said such US interference poses a ‘clear, present and substantive threat to China’s security interests’
The UN Security Council will have an emergency meeting Wednesday to discuss these developments
Donald Trump and Japanese PM Shinzo Abe say North Korea threat has ‘entered a new stage’

DAILYMAIL.COM
7 March 2017

Nuclear-armed North Korea said Tuesday its missile launches were training for a strike on US bases in Japan, as President Trump warned Kim Jong-Un of ‘dire consequences’ and deployed missiles to South Korea.

The latest declaration from Pyongyang comes the day after it launched four ballistic missiles 600 miles into the Sea of Japan, in an alarming show of strength.

On Tuesday, the regime also released pictures of King Jong-Un watching the launch of the missiles and applauding with a wild grin on his face.

Three of the four missiles fired Monday came down provocatively close to US ally Japan, in waters that are part of its exclusive economic zone, representing a challenge to US President Donald Trump.

In a phone call, Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe warned that the threat from North Korea had ‘entered a new stage.’

Meanwhile, Washington and Seoul have agreed to deploy a US missile defense system called THAAD to South Korea, which has infuriated China, the North’s key diplomatic ally and crucial to efforts to persuade it to change its ways.

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