Canada in line of fire between North Korea and U.S.

North Korea shouldn’t be the only nation “very, very nervous” about its stand-off with the United States, as President Donald Trump suggested this week.

Carleton University Professor Elliot Tepper, an expert on international relations, and in particular, North Korea, said Canada is literally in the line of fire as the two nations thump their chests and threaten fire and fury.

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