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US Intelligence Agencies Suggest Continued Development of Ballistic Missiles in North Korea

Several U.S. intelligence agencies have obtained satellite images that suggest North Korea is developing new liquid-fueled intercontinental ballistic missiles that could reach the U.S., the Washington Post reported Monday. The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency collected evidence of recent activity on a Hwasong-15 ICBM at a research facility in Sanumdong, North Korea. …

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Report: North Korea Delays Planned Guam Missile Strike

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has postponed his plans for a missile strike near the U.S. territory of Guam, Reuters reported Tuesday. The report said North Korea’s threat to fire missiles toward Guam heightened tensions in the region and President Donald Trump warned that the U.S. military would be ready …

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CNN: DoD Deploys Radar to Monitor North Korean Missile Activity

The Defense Department has deployed a new radar designed to monitor potential North Korean long-range-missile launches in the coming months, CNN reported Thursday. Barbara Starr writes the sea-based X-band radar was launched in response to North Korean statements of readiness to test-launch intercontinental ballistic missiles. North Korea made an announcement in …

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Iran and North Korea are Growing their Nuclear Capabilities

Two of the most politically isolated and potentially dangerous countries in world, North Korea and Iran, are expanding their nuclear energy programs, according to an Atlantic Wire article. “Iran is poised for a major technological update of its uranium enrichment program, allowing it to vastly increase production of the material …

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