Donald Trump has called on the UK, its European allies and others to abandon the “defective” Iran nuclear deal.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, expressing deep frustration over stalled nuclear talks, warned of unspecified “shocking” action and said his country will soon reveal a new “strategic weapon” to the world as its bolsters its nuclear deterrent in face of “gangster-like” US pressure.
Pope Francis travelled to Hiroshima and Nagasaki to demand that world powers renounce their nuclear arsenals, declaring the use and possession of atomic bombs an “immoral” crime and a dangerous waste.
The UK should not be investing in weapons of mass destruction, the SNP’s Ian Blackford has said.
AN SNP MSP will address a nuclear disarmament summit in South Korea today.
HUNDREDS of peace campaigners gathered at the home of the UK’s nuclear deterrent for an international rally yesterday.
WHILE on any trip, President Trump has at his side at all times one of five rotating military aides who carry the nuclear “football” – equipped with communication tools and a book with prepared war plans.
Donald Trump’s nuclear button: Why it’s a football and a biscuit the President would need to launch an attack on North Korea
THE thought of Donald Trump having a button that could launch nuclear weapons sitting temptingly on his desk is a scary one.
North Korea missile launch: State tests long-range weapon that some say could put Washington within range
NORTH KOREA has abruptly ended a 10-week pause in its weapons testing by launching a new type of intercontinental ballistic missile that some observers believe could put Washington and the entire eastern coast of the US in range.
A SPEECH written in 1983 gives an insight into what The Queen would say if she had to address the nation about World War III.
Donald Trump highlights US nuclear strength as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson urges calm over North Korea
PRESIDENT Donald Trump has declared that the US nuclear arsenal is “far stronger and more powerful than ever before”, even as his top diplomat was working to calm the North Korea crisis and insisting there was not “any imminent threat”.