North Korea draws fury as it tests ‘strongest bomb yet’



Pyongyang says weapon can be loaded onto a missile but China condemns the action
NORTH KOREA tested what appears to be its strongest bomb yet yesterday, drawing condemnation from enemies and allies alike.
Pyongyang said it had successfully tested a hydrogen bomb and praised the test as a “perfect success.” It says the bomb can be loaded onto an intercontinental ballistic missile of the kind it recently fi red over Japan.
South Korea’s weather agency says the detonation set off a magnitude 5.7 earthquake, indicating a nuclear blast yield of 50-60 kilotons, making it at least five times... read more

 
4 September 2017 in World News, Views: 59
Source: Morning Star
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