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Explosive reactions

A country we do not like has shot dead dangerous rockets. Can we deny them that?

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

A unified world opinion was scared off by North Korea's rocket fire this week. The regime is under intense pressure from before, and there has long been speculation around when the United States will enter the country. North Korea has not concealed their desire for nuclear weapons, and by testing long-range missiles with power to reach the west coast of the United States, they have proven to be a weapon of power to count on. The response did not wait. During the morning hours on Wednesday, not only did the United States respond to threats, but NATO, Russia, China, the United Kingdom, Australia and Norway had also issued strong concerns.

The situation has clear parallels to Iran's program of developing nuclear power. The clergy say they do not want to develop nuclear weapons, but want the technology to secure. . .

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