Remote island with limited self-government at centre of war of words between Washington and Pyongyang

Guam, a 210 sq mile sovereign US territory in the western Pacific Ocean, is used by the US as a strategic military base. Almost a third of its land is controlled by the US military and about 6,000 American troops are based there.

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