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What technology does North Korea need to nuke the US?

MailOnline Wednesday, 23 August 2017
What technology does North Korea need to nuke the US?Experts estimate North Korea could develop missiles capable of hitting the US from Pyong Yang as early as next year, and some suggest the North already has them.
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News video: North Korea's Missile Test A Guam Warmup?

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In the early morning hours of Tuesday, North Korea fired a missile over Japan's Hokkaido province. The early figures coming out from the launch indicate it could have been a warm up for similar action toward the US territory of Guam. Throughout the month of August, North Korea has expressed vitriolic...

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