Trump in bombers ‘warn­ing’

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FRI­DAY’S UK MIL­LION­AIRE MAKER J GT P 4 5 2 1 5 & J G T Q 0 9 7 7 3 Read all about it – on­line as well as in your favourite pa­per. Our fan­tas­tic web­site is full of the best sto­ries, pic­tures and videos seven days a week. Get it on your phone, tablet or com­puter and even down­load the pa­per to your tablet or lap­top. Plus we’d love to hear from you on so­cial me­dia. DON­ALD Trump last night or­dered US nu­clear bombers and their fighter es­corts to fly close to North Korea in a show of strength.

The US Pres­i­dent used the B-1B Lancer bombers and F-15C fight­ers to send a “clear mes­sage” to the rogue state.

The Pen­tagon called it an at­tempt to demon­strate Amer­ica’s mil­i­tary might as a war of words be­tween the na­tions con­tin­ued.

Pen­tagon spokes­woman Dana White said the fly­past – the clos­est by the US this cen­tury – un­der­scored “the se­ri­ous­ness with which we take North Korea’s reck­less be­hav­iour”.

Early yes­ter­day there were fears Py­ongyang had ex­ploded an­other nu­clear de­vice just weeks af­ter a pre­vi­ous test, fol­low­ing re­ports of a strong earth­quake in the re­gion.

Ex­perts later de­cided the tremors were un­likely to be man-made.

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has vowed to con­tinue his coun­try’s nu­clear pro­gramme and hinted it may soon ex­plode a hy­dro­gen bomb.

Last week, Mr Trump mocked him at the UN call­ing him a “rocket man” on a “sui­cide mis­sion”.

THE num­ber of il­le­gal im­mi­grants try­ing to get into Bri­tain through Portsmouth has more than tripled in the last year.

Up to Septem­ber this year, of­fi­cials de­tained 1,251 peo­ple try­ing to board fer­ries head­ing for the port, com­pared to 436 through­out 2016.

Most were young males from Al­ba­nia.

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