North Korea Fires Long Range Missile. Its Ultimate Goal Is to Send Nuclear Bomb to US

North Korea launched its first long range ICBM (intercontinental ballistic missile), a major step toward its announced goal of being capable of reaching the US with a nuclear weapon.  The missile landed in the Sea of Japan.

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Bill Goode

The missile only went 900 kilometers. RT has confirmed it was not an ICBM. A lot of saber rattling from North Korea and USA. Nothing to get excited about.

JR BUrke
JR BUrke

When are we going to quit dicking around and reach down and pinch this bastards head?