Seal Team 6 is training with South Korean assassination squad to take out Kim Jong-un 4

Seal Team Six is taking part in drills in South Korea as tensions with the North Korean regime rise. The elite US Navy Seal team that killed Osama bin Laden is training with the South Korean military to assassinate Kim Jong-un.

Seal Team Six, the group that was sent to Pakistan in 2011 to kill Bin Laden, is taking part in secretive drills alongside South Korean commandos to take out the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un in the event of an escalated situation.

The US warned that Kim Jong-un is 'begging for war' after his latest nuclear test
The US warned that Kim Jong-un is ‘begging for war’ after his latest nuclear test
US Navy Seals are training up a special South Korean military team in case to take out Kim Jong-un if ordered
US Navy Seals are training up a special South Korean military team in case to take out Kim Jong-un if ordered

The special assassination squad, which will be launched in December, was created by the South Korean defence ministry to neutralise “command and control” systems in the North, The Times reported.

Song Young-moo, the defence minister, told MPs: “We are in the process of conceptualising the plan.

“I believe we can create the unit by December 1.”

South Korea’s defense ministry launched a plan to kill Kim dubbed Korea Massive Punishment and Retaliation (KMPR), local news service News 1 reported.

It is reportedly part of a “three-axis system” that includes Seoul’s homegrown anti-missile systems, the Korean Air and Missile Defense, or KAMD, and Kill Chain, a pre-emptive strike system.

The announcement comes after Kim Jong-un conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear test on in the mountain on Sunday.

North Korea state media celebrates its missile capability as tensions rise
North Korea state media celebrates its missile capability as tensions rise
 Pyongyang released pictures of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un with what state media said was a new type of hydrogen bomb
Pyongyang released pictures of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un with what state media said was a new type of hydrogen bomb

 A new stamp issued in commemoration of the successful second test launch of the "Hwasong-14" intercontinental ballistic missil

North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons Institute claimed to have carried out a “perfect” hydrogen bomb test.

It triggered 6.3-magnitude artificial quake – ten times larger than any of North Korea’s previous attempts.

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The launch was seen as a direct challenge to Trump, who has vowed to stop North Korea developing nuclear weapons that could threaten the United States.

Hours after the test, the White House warned North Korea of “total annihilation” after Kim Jong-un detonated a new thermonuclear bomb.

South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in said he had spoken to President Trump telling him that “powerful and practical measures” were needed to contain the North.

 South Korea released pictures on Monday showing its military firing test missiles off the east coast
South Korea released pictures on Monday showing its military firing test missiles off the east coast
 Trump said he would allow Japan and South Korea to buy more US weapons
Trump said he would allow Japan and South Korea to buy more US weapons

The mounting crisis in the Korean peninsula has left many fearing the outbreak of a global military conflict.

South Korea’s Asia Business Daily cited an intelligence source saying North Korea has been spotted moving an intercontinental ballistic missile towards its west coast.

On Monday, the US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Hale urged the 15-member group to impose the “strongest possible’ sanctions” against Pyongyang.

She said: “The time has come to exhaust all diplomatic means before it is too late.

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“Enough is enough. War is never something the United States wants.

“We don’t want it now, but our country’s patience is not unlimited.”

 In a dramatic session of the Security Council, Nikki Haley said: 'We must now adopt the strongest possible measures'
In a dramatic session of the Security Council, Nikki Haley said: ‘We must now adopt the strongest possible measures’

 

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