Japan vs Nordkorea
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http://www.spiegel.de/politik/ausland/s ... 62832.html
Zitat:Spannungen mit Nordkorea: USA schicken weitere Zerstörer nach Japan

Sonntag, 06.04.2014 – 08:46 Uhr
Die USA reagieren auf die jüngsten Raketentests Nordkoreas und stationieren zwei zusätzliche Zerstörer mit Raketenabwehrsystemen in Japan. Die beiden Staaten wollen ihre Sicherheitskooperation ausbauen und schickten auch eine Warnung an China.
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Nordkorea hatte zuletzt am 26. März zwei ballistische Mittelstreckenraketen Richtung Japan abgefeuert, die eine Reichweite von 1300 Kilometern haben.
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#17
In Japan soll ein geheimes Handbuch für Entführungen eines nordkoreanischen Geheimdienstes aufgetaucht sein:
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/n ... per-claims
Zitat:North Korea systematically abducted foreign citizens, Japanese paper claims

A Japanese newspaper claims it has uncovered evidence that North Korea systematically abducted foreign citizens under its former leader, Kim Jong-il.

The Tokyo Shimbun said it had acquired a secret manual, thought to have been written in the late 1990s, that instructs spies how to carry out abductions on foreign soil and evade capture.

Zwar bestehen Zweifel an der Authentizität des Handbuchs, aber es ist stimmig hinsichtlich dem was zu erwarten war.
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#18
Zitat:North Korea threatens Japan with 'real ballistic missile'

North Korea has branded Japan's PM Shinzo Abe an "imbecile" and "political dwarf", accusing him of mislabelling its latest weapons test. Mr Abe condemned the North for "repeated launches of ballistic missiles" after two projectiles were fired on Thursday.

But the North insisted it was testing a "super-large multiple-rocket launcher". On Saturday, state media said Japan "may see what a real ballistic missile is in the not distant future". North Korea is banned from firing ballistic missiles under UN Security Council resolutions. [...] The North fired what observers in South Korea called two "unidentified projectiles" from its South Hamgyong province into the Sea of Japan on Thursday. [...]

The projectile is believed to have been a KN-25, a rocket many analysts consider to be a "ballistic missile" due to its large size, and because it follows an unpowered ballistic trajectory for part of its flight.
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-50613051

Schneemann.
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