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Guam residents fear attack after North Korea statements
Fear is growing among residents of the U-S Pacific territory of Guam as tensions run high between Washington and Pyongyang over North Korea’s missile tests.
Some Guam residents say they are considering leaving the island. They say they are afraid of being caught in the middle of the rising tensions. Meanwhile, Guam governor Eddie Calvo has urged calm among citizens, saying the U-S military will be ready to defend the territory.
Guam stays calm, dismisses North Korea threat
Guam Governor Eddie Calvo downplays North Korea's threat to attack his Pacific island state as tensions escalate in the region.
North Korea threatens Guam after Trump's 'fire and fury' warning
President Donald Trump warned North Korea on Tuesday it would face "fire and fury" if it threatens the United States, prompting the nuclear-armed nation to say it was considering firing missiles at Guam, a US-held Pacific island.