USA is planning 'bloody nose' military attack on North Korea, report says

USA is planning 'bloody nose' military attack on North Korea, report says

USA is planning 'bloody nose' military attack on North Korea, report says

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has reached out numerous times to North Korea pushing diplomatic negotiations, but Trump admonished him publicly on Twitter and has repeatedly threatened North Korea and insulted its leader, Kim Jong Un. There appears to be a split in the rhetoric between Tillerson and Trump.

According to a new report in the Daily Telegraph, the concerns about a USA attack on North Korea are very well-founded, and the White House has "dramatically" stepped up plans for what it is calling a "bloody nose" attack on North Korea.

After months of resolutely declaring that it can not and will not tolerate a nuclear-armed North Korea, the USA is reportedly planning a "bloody nose" attack to send Pyongyang a message.

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Experts believe that North Korea has more than one ICBM launcher and possibly around 15 nuclear weapons.

The WannaCry attack crippled hospitals, banks and companies around the world, and "highlights the capabilities that North Korea has in cyber", Kurtz said. Microsoft patched existing attacks and "spared many US targets" while Facebook shut down accounts tied to ongoing cyberattacks, said Tom Bossert, homeland security advisor.

The attack exploited a Windows vulnerability that was originally developed by the US National Security Agency, but was released in a stolen cache of NSA cyberweapons by a hacking group known as the Shadow Brokers.

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The missile launch defied global sanctions on the country led by dictator Kim Jong Un, and it drew ire across the globe, as this was the highest missile North Korea has ever launched - reaching almost 2,800 miles at its highest.

Submarines like the USS Michigan, which has frequently visited South Korea during the recent North Korean crisis, could send a volley of cruise missiles at any military site in North Korea without ever surfacing. "It's the ideal currency for North Korea to be hoarding". If the United States attempts to strike a launch site with Tomahawk missiles, North Korea may interpret the incoming salvo of missiles targeted near their supreme leader as an outright act of war.

"The United Kingdom attributes the attack to North Korea, and Microsoft traced the attack to cyber affiliates of the North Korean government", he added.

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