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North Korea is ratcheting up tensions again firing six short range missiles in three days including 2 just this morning.
These latest launches come on the heels of more than two months of threats out of North Korea against the south and the United States.
-- how -- is following all -- live from London he joins us now hi Greg.
They've had any after all that noise.
North Korea finally did something -- launching what were either short range missiles or long range artillery shells off the eastern coast of that country.
Pyongyang labeled it a regular military exercise that sources that we spoke to said -- -- not too concerned.
See more -- face saving measure by the country.
There were indications that they were getting ready to launch a new mid range missile capable of hitting US military targets in the Pacific worst there -- threatening all out nuclear war.
According again to experts we talked to what was involved was not that missile and definitely not anything nuclear.
-- it did -- shortly after however US South Korean naval exercises off the East Coast of the Korean Peninsula and they involve the USS Nimitz aircraft carrier Pyongyang criticized.
Those drills as they have criticized exercises over the last couple of months.
The US navy tells Fox News those drills are now wrapped up and the Nimitz was never threatened.
What experts do tell me to batting and that's always seen in the last few months including the launch of a long range ballistic missile by North Korea as well as the test.
Of another nuclear device it all comes down to the regime of Young Kim Jong-un trying to prove himself trying to get recognition with the United States and maybe even some direct talks with the United States.
And so far that has not yet happened probably no mistake.
That Pyongyang is still holding a Korean American Kenneth by they are accusing him of acts against North Korea they're holding him in a special present.
Maybe the ultimate.
Bargaining -- Greg how -- -- in London thank you.
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