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Russia bombed Kharkiv late yesterday night, damaging a pediatric medical heart. North Korean chief Kim Jong Un has known as for a strengthening of the nuclear deterrent

by Silvia Martelli

A Ukrainian volunteer within the Kiev area throughout army coaching. REUTERS/Viacheslav Ratynskyi
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    North Korean chief Kim Jong Un has known as for a strengthening of the nuclear deterrent and warned that he is not going to hesitate to “annihilate” South Korea, the nation’s “main enemy”. State media reported this. Kim, accompanied by senior get together and military officers, visited a number of arms and ammunition factories within the nation and on the event – stories the official state information company KCNA – declared that Pyongyang’s precedence should be to “strengthen first and foremost military self-defense capabilities and nuclear deterrence.” North Korea is not going to begin a battle “unilaterally”, mentioned the North Korean primary, however “it does not intend to avoid a war either”. “If South Korea uses its armed forces against North Korea or threatens its sovereignty and security, we will not hesitate to annihilate it.

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    Russian forces bombed the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv late yesterday evening, damaging a pediatric medical center. This was reported by RBC-Ukraine, quoting the head of the regional military administration Oleg Sinegubov. “It is an exclusively civilian structure,” he underlined. At the time of the bombing there have been no folks contained in the construction.

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