North Korea: 'To fire, press here, and the US goes ballistic'

From Top stories – France 24 - International News 24/7 Wed Dec 12 2012, 03:42:56

The International Herald Tribune's cartoon shows the North Korean leader being told all he has to do is press the button for the missile launch and it'll make the US go ballistic. A comment piece in Asharq Alawsat argues that watching current events in Egypt is like "witnessing a battle between infidels and Muslims". And there's a stunning potential breakthrough in treating leukaemia. That's the focus for this edition on Wednesday 12th December, 2012.

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