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North Korea boasts its latest test missile landed just SEVEN metres from its target as Kim promises a 'bigger gift ... - Daily Mail

North Korea has claimed its latest test missile landed just seven metres from its target in Japanese waters amid some bizarre threats and warnings by Kim Jong-un. The ballistic missile launched on Monday travelled 280 miles before landing in the Sea of ...and more »

Countries North Korea Can Currently Hit With Their Missiles - World Press Review

According to experts, the missile test North Korea launched on the morning of May 14, had considerably longer range than prior attempts. Some scientists suggest that it may have been the new mobile missile seen in North Korea's April 15, 2017, parade.and more »

Report: North Korea enacts death penalty for distributing foreign media - UPI.com

May 31 (UPI) -- Circulating Hollywood movies or South Korean television dramas may be punishable by death in North Korea, although more North Koreans have access to media from the outside world. A source in North Korea told Radio Free Asia on ...and more »

Ask a North Korean: What do you think about President Trump and the US? - NK News

Every week, we ask a North Korean your questions, giving you the chance to learn more about the country we know so little about. Got a question? Email it to ask@nknews.org with your name and city. We'll be publishing the best ones. Today's question is: ...and more »

Thinking the Unthinkable With North Korea - New York Times

President Trump has promised the world that he will “solve” the North Korean nuclear crisis before the country's leader, Kim Jong-un, can screw a nuclear weapon onto a missile that can reach San Francisco or Los Angeles, a grim feat that experts say he ...and more »

Missile Defense Test Succeeds, Pentagon Says, Amid Tensions With North Korea - New York Times

WASHINGTON — A re-engineered American interceptor rocket collided with a mock intercontinental ballistic missile on Tuesday afternoon in the skies over the Pacific Ocean, the Pentagon said, in the first successful test of whether it could shoot down a ...and more »

How America Can Thwart North Korea's Nuclear Threat - The National Interest Online

The United States needs to change its strategy of coercive diplomacy if it is to have any chance of achieving its highest-priority goals in North Korea. by John Deutch Gary Samore. The highest priority foreign-policy objective of the United States is ...and more »

Test ICBM Was Successfully Intercepted According To Missile Defense Agency - The Drive

During the test, an ICBM-class target was launched from Reagan Test Site on Kwajalein Atoll in the Republic of the Marshall Islands. Multiple sensors provided target acquisition and tracking data to the Command, Control, Battle Management and ...and more »

US Missile Defense Still Has a Long, Long Way to Go - WIRED

The United States successfully tested its interceptor missile defense system on Tuesday, essentially shooting an incoming missile out of the sky. An impressive technological feat to be sure, one the Pentagon likens to hitting a bullet with another ...and more »

North Korea is helping China in the South China Sea—whether it knows it or not - Quartz

Like most of the world, China is fed up with North Korea, which on May 29, in defiance of international pressure, conducted its third missile test in three weeks. The unpleasant neighbor is steadily progressing toward its goal: the ability to hit much ...and more »