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US ‘locked and loaded’ against North Korea: US President Donald Trump is hardening his stand against North Korea in an escalating war of words, warning that military solutions are now “locked and loaded” if the country acts “unwisely”.

In his latest post on social media on Friday, Trump wrote that he hopes “North Korean leader Kim Jong-un would find another path”, after threatening earlier this week to target the US territory of Guam.

It was the latest exchange in a battle of nerves that has prompted fears of a breakout of war in the Korean Peninsula.

Defence officials and military analysts say any new conflict with North Korea would likely escalate to the use of nuclear weapons, bringing catastrophic casualties not seen since World War II.

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US ‘locked and loaded’ against North Korea: US President Donald Trump is hardening his stand against North Korea in an escalating war of words, warning that military solutions are now “locked and loaded” if the country acts “unwisely”.In his latest post on social media on Friday, Trump wrote that he hopes “North Korean leader Kim Jong-un would find another path”, after threatening earlier this week to target the US territory of Guam.It was the latest exchange in a battle of nerves that has prompted fears of a breakout of war in the Korean Peninsula.Defence officials and military analysts say any new conflict with North Korea would likely escalate to the use of nuclear weapons, bringing catastrophic casualties not seen since World War II.US ‘locked and loaded’ against North Korea: US President Donald Trump is hardening his stand against North Korea in an escalating war of words, warning that military solutions are now “locked and loaded” if the country acts “unwisely”.In his latest post on social media on Friday, Trump wrote that he hopes “North Korean leader Kim Jong-un would find another path”, after threatening earlier this week to target the US territory of Guam.It was the latest exchange in a battle of nerves that has prompted fears of a breakout of war in the Korean Peninsula.