US intelligence agencies assessing N. Korean missile launch

North Korea announced on state television Tuesday night that it had tested a new type of mobile-launched intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), called the Hwasong 15, that it said was capable of carrying a nuclear warhead to the mainland U.S.
3:00 | 11/30/17

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North Korean leader Kim Jung un is vowing to complete the building his nuclear force nearly release photos and images showed this week's launch of the ballistic missile. What's in north claims can reach an area where on the US mainland a photos also show Kim Jung. And his soldiers celebrating the State Department officials are now saying in addition to imposing new sanctions. The US will work to seize more ships and legally carrying goods into North Korea US ambassador Nikki Haley is urging China to cut off oil. Exports to the north and said quote if war comes the North Korean regime will be destroyed.

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