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Pence wants to reassure allies, the N. Korean nuclear threat

TOKYO – Vice-President Mike Pence is looking for a reassure and reorient American allies on the growing nuclear threat from North Korea, with visits to Japan and South Korea this week.

In meetings with government leaders, military officials, and the AMERICAN service-members, Pence says that he wants to make sure that the Olympics don’t distract from the warmongering government violations of human rights and the nuclear program. He is set to meet Wednesday with Japanese Prime minister shinzo Abe (shin-zoh AH-bay) to discuss increasing pressure on the North.

Pence looked Japanese troops show that the simulated implementation of Japan’s surface-to-air missile defense system, who try to intercept a North Korean rocket. He also participated in a briefing at the japanese Ministry of Defense on the threat.

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