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    NORTH KOREA’S NEW MISSILE PROJECT

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    North Korea, officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, is a country in East Asia constituting the northern part of the Korean Peninsula. Pyongyang is the nation's capital and largest city

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    The Latest: UN looking into 2nd North Korean seismic shock

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    South Korean army’s K-1 tanks move during a military exercise in

    Paju

    , South Korea, near the border with North Korea, Monday, Sept. 4, 2017. Following U.S. warnings to North Korea of a “massive military response,” South Korea’s military on Monday fired missiles into the sea to simulate an attack on the North’s main nuclear test site a day after Pyongyang detonated its largest ever nuclear test explosion.

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    THE LATEST ON NORTH KOREA’S NUCLEAR TEST AND THE WORLD

    REACTION

    The head of the U.N. organization looking into North Korea’s recent nuclear test says it is seeking information about a second seismic shock that followed the detonation to rule out the possibility it was a second explosion

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    STATE MEDIA SHOWED NORTH KOREAN LEADER KIM JONG UN INSPECTING WHAT IT SAID WAS A HYDROGEN BOMB

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    South Korea says it has seen indications that the North is preparing more missile launches, possibly an intercontinental ballistic missile.

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin has said pursuing further sanctions against North Korea is "useless", saying "they'd rather eat grass than give up their nuclear

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    The Russian leader was speaking at the meeting of the

    Brics

    group (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) in Xiamen, China.

    Although he condemned the North's test as "provocative",

    Mr

    Putin said: "Sanctions of any kind would now be useless and ineffective

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    PRESIDENT TRUMP ON NORTH KOREA

    “THERE’S A CHANCE WE COULD END UP HAVING A MAJOR, MAJOR CONFLICT WITH NORTH KOREA ABSOLUTELY”

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    NORTH KOREA DISRESPECTED THE WISHES OF CHINA & ITS HIGHLY RESPECTED PRESIDENT WHEN IT LAUNCHED THOUGH UNSUCCESSFULLY A MISSILE TO DAY BAD

    BY DONALD TRUMP

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    WHAT IS MISSILE

    MISSILE

    ANY OBJECT THROWM AT A TARGET WITH THE AIM OF HITTING CAN BE CALLED MISSILE

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    IN MODERN USAGE MISSILE IS A FLYING WEAPON THAT HAS ITS OWN ENGINE SO THAT IT CAN TRAVEL A LONG DISTANCE BEFORE EXPLODING AT THE PLACE THAT IT HAS BEEN AIMED AT

    BALLISTIC MISSILE

    BALLISTIC MISSILE IS A MISSILE THAT FOLLOWS A BALLISTIC FLIGHT PATH WITH THE OBJECTIVE OF DELIVERING ONE OR MORE WAR HEADS TO A PREDETERMINED TAR

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    WHY WON’T CHINA SIDE WITH THE US TO DESTORY NORTH KOREA

    NOW NK GIVES NO BENEFIT TO CHINA US OR SK NUCLEAR THREATS ALSO ANGER CHINA AND EVEY ONE ELSE

    WHY WON’T US MAKE A DEAL WITH CHINA TO JOIN TOGETHER TO DEFEAT NK AND REUINITE KOREA INTO ONE THEIR MILITARY FROM KOREA ISN’T US MILITARY THE REASON WHY CHINA XUPPORTS NK

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    PUTIN NK CRISIS COULD BE IMPOSSIBLE TO SOLVE

    A day after predicting "global catastrophe" if North Korea's nuclear tests lead to anything other than talks, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said the situation may be "impossible" to resolve.

    Putin made the comments after meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in on the sidelines of the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok, Russia.

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    North Korea's recent nuclear test appears to have triggered several landslides, according to what are believed to be the first satellite images of the aftermath.

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    Sunday's bomb was thought to have had a power range from 50 to 120

    kilotonnes

    . A 50kt device would be about three times the size of the US bomb that destroyed Hiroshima in 1945.

    The repeated tests have prompted concerns about the test site's longevity, although experts are divided.

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    Putin meets with S. Korea leader, calls for talks on N. Korea nuke threat

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday that sanctions are not enough to resolve the North Korean nuclear crisis, urging that dialogue is need to achieve progress

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    Millions of American lives could be at stake as North Korea threatens to attack power grid

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    North Korea may very well have the ability to kill millions of Americas, without directly firing on U.S soil

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    South Korea holds second live-fire drill after North Korea's hydrogen bomb test

    The South Korean navy has conducted a live-fire exercise in an effort to show its military capability following North Korea’s recent hydrogen bomb test

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    Mexico expels North Korean ambassador over nuclear tests

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The Mexican government on Thursday said it had declared the North Korean ambassador to Mexico persona non grata in protest at the country’s nuclear tests, an unusually firm step that moved it closely into line with Washington.In a statement, the government said it had given Kim Hyong Gil 72 hours to leave Mexico in order to express its “absolute rejection” of North Korea’s recent nuclear activity, describing it as a grave threat to the region and the world.

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    Like its predecessor, the second nuclear age has unfolded more slowly than some had expected and many had feared. Since India and Pakistan conducted their multiple, parallel tests in 1998, three aspiring nuclear weapons states—Iraq, Libya, and Syria—have been removed from contention by force or coercion. Another—Iran—has agreed under diplomatic, economic, and military pressure to suspend its efforts, at least for now. Only North Korea has thus far succeeded in crossing the nuclear finish line, despite U.S.-led efforts to prevent it. To date, the post–Cold War flow of new nuclear weapons states has come in drops rather than a sudden cascade.

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