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Amid Donald Trump’s ambiguity on North Korea, is the U.S. practicing for war?

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Friday, 13 October 2017 ()

Is Washington is readying for what many feel is unthinkable -- a military conflict with a nuclear-armed North Korea that would put millions of civilians at risk?
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News video: 'We'll see': Trump comments on possible war with North Korea

'We'll see': Trump comments on possible war with North Korea 10:09

The US President branded North Korea a ‘rogue nation and a threat’ after Pyongyang said it conducted its sixth nuclear device test. Donald Trump also raised the prospect of attacking North Korea, responding to a question on the issue: “We’ll see.” READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8m33 RT...

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