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    The Guam Homeland Security Department released a new fact sheet on its website on Friday to help citizens prepare for an "imminent missile threat."

    WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — The fact sheet includes information on how to prepare for an the missile threat, with information on what to do if one is caught outside during the blast, what actions to take after the strike and things to remember for children attending school or are in daycare.

    On Tuesday, Trump told reporters that North Korea would face an unprecedented level of "fire and fury" if it continues to threaten the United States.

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, in response, said that North Korea was considering an attack on Guam, a Pacific island which hosts multiple US military bases.

    Earlier on Friday, South Korea and the United States agreed to discuss any potential action against Pyongyang in advance amid North Korea's threats to launch ballistic missiles at Guam.


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