North Korea’s recent launch of a missile it claims is capable of carrying a nuclear warhead — and its possible role in intercontinental cyberattacks — have upped the stakes in what is already arguably the most dangerous global crisis. Paradoxically, Pyongyang’s heightened provocations, combined with the limited arsenal of tenable responses by the international community, are pushing the relevant powers in conflict closer to talking than ever before.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said his country would soon conduct a nuclear warhead test and test launch ballistic missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads, the official KCNA news agency reported on Tuesday.
Experts say the missile could possibly hit Guam, and may represent a significant step forward in North Korea’s weapons capabilities.
U.S. officials said North Korea has advanced its intercontinental ballistic missile capacity but does not have the ability to use nuclear warheads on them. Continue reading ? The post North Korea says it can launch a nuclear missile...
The "Hwasong-12" missile, which North Korea test-fired over the weekend, may have appeared in a military parade in Pyongyang last month. North Korea says the missile is capable of carrying a nuclear warhead. (May 15)