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Ready for the Big Un: Japan prepares for NUCLEAR WAR with North Korea by warning residents to hide in shopping malls if Kim Jong-Un orders an attack

MailOnline Saturday, 26 November 2016
Ready for the Big Un: Japan prepares for NUCLEAR WAR with North Korea by warning residents to hide in shopping malls if Kim Jong-Un orders an attackJapanese citizens are being advised on how to survive a nuclear attack after fears from both North Korea's Kim Jong-Un and Vladimir Putin in Russia.
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North Korea will carry out a three-day mourning period for Cuban leader Fidel Castro. Sam Berman has the scoop.

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