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Tension ahead of Pyongyang Missile Test

As China declares fresh warnings of retaliation against any strike on Iran [1], the regime in Pyongyang shows no signs of aborting its upcoming controversial satellite launch, scheduled to take place on April 12th through to April 16th.

The Kwangmyongsong-3 satellite will be launched southward from the Sohae satellite launch station in Cholsan County, North Phyongan Province, using a long-range Unha-3 rocket; North Korean officials assured the international community that it would “strictly abide by relevant international regulations and usage concerning the launch of scientific and technological satellites for peaceful purposes.” [2]

S.Korea, U.S. Practice Invasion of North Korea During Civil War

The annual joint South Korean and U.S. exercises dubbed “Key Resolve” last month for the first time practiced deploying more than 100,000 South Korean troops in North Korea to stabilize the country in case of regime collapse.

The two countries “practiced deploying a large contingent of troops to bring stability in the North in case of civil war in the wake of sudden change there,” a government source said on Thursday. “Seoul and Washington practiced preparing for sudden change in the North for the first time during last year’s Key Resolve drill, but this was the first time we went on the assumption that South Korean troops would be deployed in the North.”

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Tension ahead of Pyongyang Missile Test

Nile Bowie, Contributor
Activist Post

As China declares fresh warnings of retaliation against any strike on Iran, the regime in Pyongyang shows no signs of aborting its upcoming controversial satellite launch, scheduled to take place on April 12th through to April 16th.

The Kwangmyongsong-3 satellite will be launched southward from the Sohae satellite launch station in Cholsan County, North Phyongan Province, using a long-range Unha-3 rocket.

North Korean officials assured the international community that it would “strictly abide by relevant international regulations and usage concerning the launch of scientific and technological satellites for peaceful purposes.” …

Considering buying a Toyota? Toyota (Lexus plant and another vehicle) may be final disposal site for Fukushima radiation waste, where there is empty land.

Toyota decided to consider to build a final disposal side for disaster debris in their Tahara factory.
It is on the condition that Aichi prefectural government gets agreement of the citizens.
Toyota states, if they receive a formal requirement from Aichi local government, they will be forward to consider.
Tahara factory is 3.7 million m2, manufactures Lexus.
Omura, Aichi governor states they want to accept the debris by the end of the year even if they can’t have final disposal site built. They will accept it in their temporary disposal site.

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