US national intel director says it's 'decision time' on North Korea

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(Worthy News) - The U.S. director of national intelligence warned on Tuesday that time was running out for the United States to act on the threat posed by North Korea’s nuclear weapons program.

North Korea presents “a potentially existential” threat to the United States and is likely to conduct more weapons tests this year, Dan Coats said at the Senate Intelligence Committee’s annual hearing on “Worldwide Threats.”

“Decision time is becoming ever closer in terms of how we respond to this,” Coats said. “Our goal is a peaceful settlement. We are using maximum pressure on North Korea in various ways.” [ Source: Reuters (Read More...) ]

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2 thoughts on “US national intel director says it's 'decision time' on North Korea”

  1. If North Korea is not willing to make peace with US let the whole world find solution to end her nuclear weapons program before it's too late.

  2. The whole world will not solve one nations crisis, when did it do so before?

    The USA must act, and act very soon, or "nuclear winters" will not longer be futuristic fantasy.

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