North Korea 'could kill almost four million people in Seoul and Tokyo with retaliatory nuclear attack' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukNorth Korea 'could kill almost four million people in Seoul and Tokyo with retaliatory nuclear attack'Telegraph.co.ukA US military assault on North Korea could prompt a last gasp retaliatory nuclear attack by Pyongyang on Seoul and Japan killing as many as 3.8 million people, according to a new analysis of the destructive potential of Kim Jong-un arsenal. Donald ...and more »

North Korea: What would nuclear attack on Seoul, Tokyo look like? - New Zealand Herald

North Korea: What would nuclear attack on Seoul, Tokyo look like?New Zealand HeraldThe escalation in the war of words comes after President Donald Trump tweeted Kim Jong Un "won't be around much longer." news.com.au. By: Debra Killalea. Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Show more Bookmark this article. Share on ...and more »

Most voters want diplomacy with North Korea, few favor preemptive strike: poll - Talk Media News

Talk Media NewsMost voters want diplomacy with North Korea, few favor preemptive strike: pollTalk Media NewsWASHINGTON—A majority of voters want the U.S. to pursue diplomacy with North Korea amid the nuclear crisis, according to a new Suffolk University/USA Today poll. About 61 percent said that the U.S. should curtail North Korea's nuclear program through ...and more »

North Korea could kill two million people with a nuclear strike on Seoul and Tokyo - experts - Hiru News

Hiru NewsNorth Korea could kill two million people with a nuclear strike on Seoul and Tokyo - expertsHiru NewsExperts have warned that North Korea could kill two million people with a nuclear strike on Seoul and Tokyo and injure a further 7.7million. The hypothetical scenario has been analysed by scholars who made their conclusions amid rising tension between ...and more »

Here's How Deadly a North Korea Nuclear Attack Could Be - TIME

TIMEHere's How Deadly a North Korea Nuclear Attack Could BeTIMEIf North Korea launched a nuclear attack, the death toll would be costly: perhaps as bad as 2.1 million deaths in Tokyo and Seoul alone. In the event of an "unthinkable" escalation, casualties in the East Asian capitals of key American allies would be ...and more »