North Korea has deployed a fleet of MiG-23 fighter jets along the east coast where it is gearing up to launch a rocket

The latest relocation of the advanced fighter jets comes as the communist North steps up its warnings against any foreign attempt to intercept its rocket.

South Korea, Japan and the U.S. maintain the launch will likely be a disguised test of a ballistic missile capable of hitting Alaska and have warned it will trigger U.N. sanctions.

The three countries have deployed their Aegis-guided destroyers in the East Sea while the North’s military said it will strike back at “any minor attempt” to interfere with the launch. Keep Reading….

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