BREAKING: North Korea Just Issued THIS Threat To Foreign Journalists

PYONGYANG, July 27, 2015-- Photo provided by Korean Central News Agency on July 27, 2015 shows top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea Kim Jong Un, center, visiting the Kumsusan Palace of the Sun on the occasion of the 62nd anniversary of the Korean War armistice, July 27. The chief of the guard of honor of the Korean People's Army Ground, Naval, Air and Anti-Air Forces and the Worker-Peasant Red Guards made a salute towards the statues of late leader Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il. Placed at the statues were a floral basket in the name of Kim Jong Un and a floral basket in the name of the KPA. Kim Jong Un, together with other visitors, paid tribute to the statues of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il. (Xinhua/KCNA via Getty Images)

The Hill is reporting that foreign journalists in North Korea have been told to “prepare for a ‘big and important’ event on Thursday.”

Approaching North Korea’s biggest national holiday, “Day of the Sun,” more than 200 foreign reporters are in the country.

Many are saying, however, that North Korean threats have gone largely unsubstantiated in the past.

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Some speculate, however, that North Korea will seek to showcase its military arsenal in light of the ongoing standoff with the U.S. over its nuclear program.
North Korean state media issued a warning to the U.S. Tuesday, stating that the country will utilize its nuclear capabilities at any sign of U.S. aggression.
The news comes just days after President Trump ordered a U.S. Navy vessel to approach the country’s peninsula.


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