North Korea says it is considering a missile attack on the US territory of Guam - as tensions escalate between the two countries.
The regime claimed it was 'carefully examining' a plan that could be carried out at 'any moment'.
The threats came just hours after Donald Trump warned he'd use 'fire and fury' against Pyongyang.
President Trump's remarks came after US media reported that intelligence officials believe North Korea has developed a nuclear warhead that can fit inside its missiles.
Meanwhile, Guam's governor Eddie Calvo is reassuring the 200,000 people who live there, saying the White House has pledged to defend the territory.
He stressed that "an attack or threat on Guam is a threat or attack on the United States".