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Wednesday, 29 November 2017

The North Korean Newest ICBM Hwasong-15 Launched

A statement released by the regime claims the new "Hwasong-15" rocket was successfully fired this morning.

North Korea claims it has completed its nuclear and missile development program with the launch of a new type of missile capable of reaching mainland United States.

The missile was sent more than 4,000 kilometres high, before splashing down into the Sea of Japan — about 370 kilometres from Japan's coast.
The missile is the North's most powerful ever, and it flew 950 kilometres for 53 minutes, according to a statement read by a television presenter.
The North Korean regime said the new missile was equipped with a "super-large, heavy warhead".
The statement said leader Kim Jong-un watched the launch and "declared with pride that we have finally realised the great historic cause of completing the state nuclear force". Kim Jong-un’s rogue regime launched the missile, its first for more than two months, in the middle of the night and it flew for around 590 miles, reaching an altitude of 2,781 miles  - more than 10 times the height of the international space station - and splashing down 53 minutes later in the Sea of Japan.
South Korea responded by almost immediately launching three of its own missiles in a show of force. President Moon Jae-in expressed worry that North Korea's growing missile threat could force the United States to attack the North before it masters a nuclear-tipped long-range missile, something experts say may be imminent.

"If North Korea completes a ballistic missile that could reach from one continent to another, the situation can spiral out of control," Mr Moon said at an emergency meeting in Seoul, according to his office. "We must stop a situation where North Korea miscalculates and threatens us with nuclear weapons or where the United States considers a pre-emptive strike."
Mr Trump spoke to Sinzo Abe, the Japanese prime minister, after the test. The two leaders agreed that China needed to play an increased role to tackle the crisis.
In a phone call the leaders "agreed to strengthen our deterrence capability against the North Korean threat," said Yasutoshi Nishimura, Japan's deputy chief cabinet secretary.
Mr Abe described the launch as a "violent act" that "can never be tolerated", while Moon Jae-in, the South Korean president, said the test was a "serious threat" to global peace.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged Pyongyang to "desist taking any further destabilising steps."
Boris Johnson, the Foreign Secretary called on North Korea to "change course".
"This is not the path to security and prosperity for the North Korean people. DPRK regime must change course," Mr Johnson said.

(Sources : telegraph.co.uk,  abc.net.au )
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