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I'm John Scott in for Shepard Smith this is the fox sports North Korea warns the question is no longer if -- a little rough but.
China's state news agency reporting that threat from North Korea's Foreign Ministry.
The North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un has been ramping up his rhetoric lately warning of potential nuclear attacks against the United States and moving around his missiles.
Just hours ago the White House said it wouldn't be surprised to see the north Koreans conduct another missile test as a show of strength.
It would fit they're current pattern of bellicose.
On helpful and on constructive rhetoric and actions we urge them to stop.
With the provocations.
And to focus instead on meeting their international obligations.
And feeding their own people.
In -- perhaps more chilling development today we learned that Kim Jong -- government has started communicating with other countries' embassies inside North Korea.
Warning them that it will not be able to guarantee their safety after next Wednesday.
David piper is monitoring developments from the South Korean capital of Seoul David.
Hi John yes tensions are are behind him but North Korea says.
If they intensify more than foreign embassies should evacuate that stops by April 10.
The UK and Russia have confirmed they -- that message but haven't said yet how they will respond.
There are about two dozen foreign embassies in Pyongyang the US doesn't have an embassy that South Korean officials now say the north has moved to medium range missiles to its East Coast they could in theory -- the US terror troop -- the North Korea has threatened to attack the Pentagon is sending -- defense system to the US silence to detectives and has naval units in the area.
To South Korean warships have -- -- to see with defense systems on board capable of into sensing a -- so and South Korea's unification minister said today.
They want filed suit any complications John and they will respond strongly -- you.
David piper in South Korea David.
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