North Korea threatens nuclear war with Australia saying the country is ‘within range’ of Kim Jong-un’s missile arsenal and warning Malcolm Turnbull not to cosy up to Trump’s U.S.

Saturday, April 22, 2017
By Paul Martin

North Korea’s state news agency has warned of a nuclear strike against Australia
Australia was told following US moves in the region would be a ‘suicidal act’
A spokesman criticised Foreign Minister Julie Bishop for ‘sprouting rubbish’
US Vice President Mike Pence is in Australia, where North Korea is on the agenda
Mr Pence said warming ties with China means a peaceful outcome is possible

22 April 2017

North Korea has threatened Australia with nuclear war in a blunt message reminding Malcolm Turnbull that the nation is in range of a catastrophic strike.

The rogue state warned Australia against cosying up to the US as Vice President Mike Pence visits – saying that following US moves in the region would be a ‘suicidal act’.

North Korea’s state news agency (KCNA) on Saturday warned Australia not to ‘blindly and zealously toe’ the US line, while also castigating Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop.

An agency spokesman said Ms Bishop has ‘spouted a string of rubbish’ against North Korea, which puts Australia at risk of a nuclear strike.

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