Japan’s PM Abe says North Korea threat the ‘severest since World War 2’

Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe vowed to bolster defenses against North Korea’s “unacceptable” provocations. Abe said the North Korean threat is the sverest threat the country has seen since World War Two. Japan’s constitution renounces war, but …
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