U of Hawaii Sends How-To Email in Event of Nuke Attack

University of Hawaii sends email titled 'in the event of a nuclear attack'

University of Hawaii's ominous subject line: "In the event of a nuclear attack"

"In the event of a nuclear attack", it said.

"In light of concerns about North Korea missile tests, state and federal agencies are providing information about nuclear threats and what to do in the unlikely event of a nuclear attack and radiation emergency", the email said. There are people who are concerned.

In Washington, a USA official said that there had been indications that North Korea could be preparing for a missile test on or around October 10, the anniversary of the founding of the ruling Korean Workers Party and a day after the Columbus Day holiday in the United States.

"It could be the most powerful detonation of an H-bomb in the Pacific", Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho told reporters.

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North Korea may fire a batch of short-range missiles next week, according to multiple reports.

"Because of recent events I think over the last two or three months, (UH) leadership, including emergency managers and communicators, had been getting inquiries from a variety of different members of our community regarding (the North Korea issue), and were wondering what we were doing about it", Meisenzahl said today. Officials believe there would be up to 15,000 casualties.

The European Union on Tuesday strengthened measures on North Korea over missile tests, banning natural gas sales and imports of textiles.

It will also impose a cap on the sale of refined petroleum products and crude oil to the DPRK.

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Bloomberg reported Wednesday that a local South Korea daily newspaper, the Asia Business Daily, spoke with sources who said North Korea plans to launch "multiple short-range rockets" October 18.

The decision was taken in accordance with the resolution of the United Nations security Council on 11 September, according to the website of the EU Council.

North Korea has repeatedly threatened to strike the US mainland, even vowing to strike the USA territory of Guam with four medium-range ballistic missiles in August, though Pyongyang later backed away from the brink.

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