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Kim Jong Un orders military boost to 'overwhelm any hostile forces'

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Kim Jong Un orders military boost to 'overwhelm any hostile forces'North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has vowed to strengthen the country's defence capabilities, state media has reported.
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Kim Jong Un Threatens To Use Nukes , Against the US and South Korea. Kim Jong Un Threatens To Use Nukes , Against the US and South Korea. According to Fox News, on July 28, North Korea's KCNA news agency reported that , Kim Jong Un said he's prepared to use the "absolute power" of his country's nuclear weapons. According to Fox News, on July 28, North Korea's KCNA news agency reported that , Kim Jong Un said he's prepared to use the "absolute power" of his country's nuclear weapons. Our armed forces are completely prepared to respond to any crisis, and our country’s nuclear war deterrent is also ready to mobilize its absolute power dutifully, exactly and swiftly in accordance with its mission, Kim Jong Un, via North Korea's KCNA news agency. Kim Jong Un reportedly accused America of "double standards" and "gangster-like" behavior due to conducting joint military drills with South Korea while condemning North Korea's missile tests. . Kim Jong Un reportedly accused America of "double standards" and "gangster-like" behavior due to conducting joint military drills with South Korea while condemning North Korea's missile tests. . Kim Jong Un reportedly accused America of "double standards" and "gangster-like" behavior due to conducting joint military drills with South Korea while condemning North Korea's missile tests. . The Supreme Leader accused the U.S. of "demonizing" North Korea to justify hostile actions. . He also criticized South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol for forging a military alliance with the U.S. . He also criticized South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol for forging a military alliance with the U.S. . Talking about military action against our nation, which possesses absolute weapons that they fear the most, is preposterous and is very dangerous suicidal action, Kim Jong Un, via North Korea's KCNA news agency. Talking about military action against our nation, which possesses absolute weapons that they fear the most, is preposterous and is very dangerous suicidal action, Kim Jong Un, via North Korea's KCNA news agency. Such a dangerous attempt will be immediately punished by our powerful strength and the Yoon Suk Yeol government and his military will be annihilated, Kim Jong Un, via North Korea's KCNA news agency. Fox News reports that Yoon has prioritized neutralizing North Korea's nuclear threats. Fox News reports that Yoon has prioritized neutralizing North Korea's nuclear threats. We once again urge North Korea to take the path of dialogue to achieve substantive denuclearization and peace, Yoon's office in response to Kim's remarks, via 'USA Today'. U.S. and South Korean officials say North Korea will soon conduct its first nuclear test in five years

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US Releases New List , Warning Against Travel , to Six Nations. President Joe Biden's administration has warned that United States citizens traveling globally face a heightened risk of wrongful detainment. . 'Newsweek' reports that the administration has released a list of six countries where citizens face the most serious threat. 'Newsweek' reports that the administration has released a list of six countries where citizens face the most serious threat. China, Iran, Myanmar, North Korea, Russia and Venezuela were all listed as the highest threat to U.S. travelers. There are a lot of factors in determining which indicators to incorporate into the travel advisory for each country, Senior administration official, via 'Newsweek'. There are a lot of factors in determining which indicators to incorporate into the travel advisory for each country, Senior administration official, via 'Newsweek'. The indicator will consider the number of cases of wrongful detentions of U.S. nationals in any given country and help determine the appropriate travel advisory level, Senior administration official, via 'Newsweek'. We routinely update our travel advisories for all countries based on that ongoing comprehensive review of all available safety information and ongoing developments, Senior administration official, via 'Newsweek'. According to 'Newsweek,' a senior administration official described the updated list as , "a way of increasing transparency for the U.S. public traveling.". The new list was revealed alongside an executive order meant to bolster U.S. hostage prevention and recovery measures. We have for a long time highlighted the risks of wrongful detention in certain countries, but by flagging it in this very clear way, we're hopeful that there will be fewer cases of U.S. travelers choosing to go to certain countries where this risk is greater in numbers, Senior administration official, via 'Newsweek'

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Here Is What Abortion Rights, Are Like Around the Rest of the World. The June 24 Supreme Court decision that overturns Roe v. Wade means that dozens of U.S. states could ban abortion. Legal experts say the decision puts the U.S. with a small number of nations that have restricted abortion in recent decades. [Overturning 'Roe' places] the United States in the company of countries like Poland and Nicaragua, Supreme Court Brief, via 'The New York Times'. By contrast, other nations with similar democracies have expanded access to abortion in recent decades. In countries with legal traditions and democratic values most comparable to the United States, such as Great Britain and Canada, abortion is legal until at least viability, Supreme Court Brief, via 'The New York Times'. 13 states already have trigger-bans in place. Experts say it may become worth it to consider international options. If enough states prohibit [abortion], there might be some places where it's cheaper or easier to travel internationally [...] than it is to travel to another state, Glenn Cohen, Harvard Law School Professor, via 'USA Today'. 72 countries allow abortion "on request," as the U.S. did for 50 years until the 'Dobbs' decision on June 24. With close to 601 million women of child-bearing age, some of these nations have friendly relations with the U.S., such as Canada, Puerto Rico, France and Germany. Other countries on this list include North Korea, China, Cuba, Belarus and the Russian Federation. Other countries on this list include North Korea, China, Cuba, Belarus and the Russian Federation. 23 percent of women of child-bearing age live in countries in which abortion is legal on extensive social or economic grounds. 14 percent of women of child-bearing age live in countries that allow abortion for broad reasons pertaining to health. Five percent of women of childbearing age (close to 90 million women) live in countries where abortion is outlawed. All of these numbers have yet to be updated in the wake of the June 24 Supreme Court decision

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