- North Korea is reportedly continuing to build missiles at a research facility despite its leader’s pledge to work toward “peace and prosperity” on the Korean Peninsula, The Washington Post reported on Monday night.
- US intelligence officials familiar Pyongyang’s operations say that new evidence, including recent satellite photos, suggest the regime is producing at least one liquid-fueled ICBM at a research facility.
- The factory reportedly produced two ICBMs, including the Hwasong-15 — a missile capable of reaching the US East Coast.
North Korea’s missile program continues at a research facility outside the country’s capital of Pyongyang, despite a pledge towards “peace and prosperity” made by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump in June, The Washington Post reported on Monday night.
US intelligence officials familiar with Pyongyang’s operations say that new evidence, including recent satellite photos, suggests that the regime is producing at least one liquid-fueled ICBM at the Sanumdong research facility, near Pyongyang.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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