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False alarm causes panic to guam residents

Guam  residents was shocked after a false alarm given by radio station that the Pacific islanders were at risk. Most of the residents call a police after a false alarm was announced over the radio around 12.25am, but later confirmed to have been a mistake. Homeland security officials advice residents to remain calm.

"There is no change in threat level, we continue business as usual."

The threat came hours after President Donald Trump told Pyongyang that any threat to the US would be met with "fire and fury".

North Korea leader Kim Jong Un has finished reviewing a plan to fire four missiles off Guam, report said that he would "watch a little more the foolish and stupid conduct of the Yankees."

However, the nation's top military officer vowed Monday during a visit to Seoul that the U.S.-South Korean alliance is ready to defend against the threat from North Korea.

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