Raising the stakes: Why North Korea is talking up Guam

Raising the stakes: Why North Korea is talking up GuamSEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea's announcement that it is finalizing a plan to launch four ballistic missiles over Japan toward the island of Guam has touched off a series of fiery threats from President Donald Trump and upped tensions between Pyongyang and Washington to a whole new level.


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