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US War with North Korea may break out any moment

It is likely that if North Korea does a nuclear test that we will see some action in response from the U.S (IF) South Korea approves of these actions by the U.S. and it's allies.
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North Korea warns the US it will go to war as it parades new submarine-based ballistic missiles in a massive military parade.

Image:What are believed to be new intercontinental ballistic missiles displayed at a military parade in Pyongyang

North Korea has warned America to end its "military hysteria" or face retaliation - as a US strike group, including an aircraft carrier, steams towards the region.

Pyongyang issued the warning as it displayed new submarine-based ballistic missiles in a massive military parade in the city.

The reclusive state said it was prepared to respond to any attacks with "nuclear attacks of our own style" as tension mounted in the region.

Image:pyongyang used the parade to flex its military muscle, warning the US it would retaliate
China, Pyongyang's sole major ally, has warned that the tensions must be stopped from reaching an "irreversible and unmanageable stage".

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said: "We call on all parties to refrain from provoking and threatening each other.

"One has the feeling that a conflict could break out at any moment.

"Once a war really happens, the result will be nothing but multiple loss. No one can become a winner."

Image:Thousands of soldiers attended the parade
On Saturday, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrived at Pyongyang's main Kim Il Sung Square, named after his grandfather.

He led a military parade marking the "Day of the Sun", the birth anniversary of the state's founding father.

Image:A woman walks past a TV screen in South Korea broadcasting live footage of a parade marking the 105th anniversary of the birth of North Korea's founder Kim Il-Sung
Goose-stepping soldiers and marching bands filled the square, next to the Taedonggang River that flows through Pyongyang.

Tanks, multiple rocket launch systems and other weapons followed, while single-engine planes flew in a 105 formation overhead.

South Korea's military said it believed some of the missiles in the parade included new types of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM).

The North has said it has developed and would launch a missile that can strike the mainland US.

"All the brigandish provocative moves of the US in the political, economic and military fields pursuant to its hostile policy toward the DPRK will thoroughly be foiled through the toughest counteraction of the army and people of the DPRK," a spokesman for the General Staff of the Korean People's Army said.


Video:China warning as pressure over N Korea rises
DPRK stands for the official name of North Korea, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

"Our toughest counteraction against the US and its vassal forces will be taken in such a merciless manner as not to allow the aggressors to survive," the military spokesman continued.

The US has warned that the policy of "strategic patience" with North Korea is over.

The North has conducted several missile and nuclear tests in defiance of UN and unilateral sanctions.


Video:Trump on huge bomb and how N Korea 'will be taken care of'
Vice President Mike Pence travels to South Korea on Sunday for a long-planned 10-day tour of Asia.

In the past two weeks, Donald Trump has shown his willingness to resort to military methods.

He ordered a missile attack on Syria in retaliation for a suspected chemical weapons attack.

And earlier this week he dropped the 'mother of all bombs' on caves used by the so-called Islamic State in Afghanistan.

Several UK newspapers reported that the US and North Korea were on the 'brink of war'.


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