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    Người gửi: Vũ Thị Kim Trúc
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    I think our response has been appropriate, cool, and calm, but at the same time putting our military resources ready in case there is an emergency. If they try anything with the United States, it’s suicidal. That’s not going to happen. Former Ambassador Richardson talking about the tension between the U.S and North Korea, he’s not the only one. China and Russia are traditionally allies of North Korea. Those countries are urging everyone involved in this situation to say calm. An American official says North Korea moved a missile and launch parts to its east cost in the last few days. The U.S has intercepted communications that indicate North Korea might be planning a launch sometimes soon. You can see the range of one type of North Korea missile outlined by the red circle here on your screen. You see the island of Guam, down toward the bottom? The U.S is sending a missile defense system to Guam. It will be like the one you see here. It’s designed to shoot down incoming missile, so far nothing has been launched, and no shots have been fired. Tom Foreman talked with a military expert about what might happen if a conflict did start and why this expert doesn’t think it will. Despite the global implications that would follow if North and South Korea went to full-on war. The truth is the Korean Peninsula would really bear the brunt of all of this, and that’s where most of the fighting would take place. We know that the DMZ between the South and the North is so heavily fortified. That neither side can just charge in and go across that land to attack the other, so if the North wanted to step this up and make it happen, what do they do? Tom, the very first thing we are going to see is large concentrations of artillery and missile fire from the North against targets in the South; for example, Seoul, which is just a little south of the DMZ. The North is going to activate the insertion of special operations forces, both along the coasts. Taking them in by ship or by submarine? By submarines, most like, as well as the activation of sleeper agents that have been in the south. In some cases as many as a couple of decades identifying targets for these missiles and for these artillery pieces. The U. S and South Korea is not going to sit there while all of this happens, so what is the immediate response if such an attack took place? Marks: Number one is the U. S. Navy will increase its presence. For example, more aircraft carrier is what is we’re looking for, so you have aircraft that’s in Japan, you have aircraft that’s in South Korea. You now have these aircraft go against these firing positions that are targeting the South. It’s called the counter-fire fight, and once that’s accomplished. They will then go after the command and control capabilities as well as the air defenses. Communications, air defenses, you got, so they can control the sky. Completely own this air space above North Korea, but you don’t think this is going to happen? You think ultimately that‘s not what is going to happen? I don’t think this is worst case scenario the risks are way too high, the North understands it, and the United States and South Korea certainly understands. What would we expect? Mostly limited objective attacks, not unlike what we saw before. When they bombed those islands, when they attacked the boat off the coast that sort of thing? You’ve got it where the North Koreans will go after South Korean specific targets. Not targeting the United States and trying to keep it contained somewhat, and yet send a very clear message that they have a strong new leader and, a strong military , and they still need to be respected in that way in the world. Our next story today is also in Asian. This time is in China. It’s a type of virus called avian or bird flu. You can tell from the name this type of virus usually infects birds, but humans can get sick from it, especially if they come in contact with contaminated poultry. At least 14 cases have been reported so far. At least five people in China have died after they caught this virus. Viruses like bird flu can mutate. This specific strain is called H7N9. It had never seen in humans before. Authorities are trying to figure out how exactly the people in China got infected. Series of anti-Semitic tweets is at the center of a lawsuit against Twitter. In the United States, hate speech like anti-Semitism is usually protected under the First Amendment. In Europe, it’s not, and when the speech happens in France on an American social media site, situation can get complicated. Atika Shubert fills in the details. This case revolves around the Twitter hashtag@unbonjuif, which translates as a good Jew. Now, this hashtag became third most popular in France on Twitter last year in October. Unfortunately, some people were using this hashtag to post anti- Semitic comments and jokes, even tweeting photos of the Holocaust. Now, frankly, many of these posts are so
     
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