Tensions between US and North Korea intensify

North Korea is threatening more nuclear weapons tests after a missile test over the weekend, failed.

EWN correspondent, Steve Vines says the situation between US and North Korea got a lot of people extremely worried about what would happen next.

We've got more missile tests taking place this year and we have an atmosphere of contradictory things being said by the day.

Steve Vines, EWN correspondent

US president, Donald Trump has said a “major, major conflict” with North Korea is possible over its nuclear programmes.

Vines says the uncertainty of affairs in the region also affects the countries that are in alliance with the US, saying this is an "unusual state of affairs".

Normally they would say the Americans are with us and we know they are not going to provoke an unnecessary action but now, who knows.

Steve Vines, EWN correspondent

The bottom line is everybody is worried about Donald Trump.

Steve Vines, EWN correspondent

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