- The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, which won this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, said on Sunday that the the world is “one tiny tantrum away” from a nuclear crisis.
- The group also said a country’s “moment of panic” could lead to the “destruction of cities and the deaths of millions of civilians.”
- Tensions between the US and North Korea have spiked, bringing forth the possibility of nuclear retaliation into the global spotlight.
The world is “one tiny tantrum away” from a nuclear crisis, the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons said on Sunday as it accepted the Nobel Peace Prize.
- North Korea says the US is ‘begging for nuclear war’ as stealth fighters begin training on the peninsula
- China did something it’s never done before to warn the US about fighting North Korea
- IAN BREMMER ON NORTH KOREA: Trump could either start a war or win a Nobel Peace Prize