North Korea could be preparing another missile test after ‘brisk activity’ at Kim Jong-un’s nuclear research facility

by Mark Hodge
November 3, 2017

NORTH Korea could be preparing another ballistic missile test after “brisk activity” at one of Kim Jong-un’s nuclear research facilities, according to local media.

South Korea’s spy agency is anticipating another rocket launch, insisting the crackpot state would continuously push to develop “miniaturised, diversified” warheads.

The South’s National Intelligence Service (NIS) has spotted “active movement” of vehicles at Kim’s research centre in Pyongyang – indicating the war-hungry despot is preparing another test.

The NIS also mentioned damage to the Punggye-ri nuclear site in the north-east of the country after three aftershocks following the North’s sixth and most powerful nuclear test on September 3.

1 Comment - what are your thoughts?

  • Humble Servant says:

    Crazy Kim knows he is not able to do anymore then threaten his neighbors without dooming himself. The first time he launches a missal at any country he will be bombed to oblivion. He will only get one bang before he is taken out. American cannot fire on him without a legitimate reason and threat would be he has fired a missal at another country. He will destroy himself with the bomb testing he is doing. The earthquakes will destroy the country.
    I feel bad for the North Korean people that are under his thumb. They are the ones needing our help.

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