Here’s what’s pushing North Korea’s chief module — and it competence be some-more than self-defense

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In Pyongyang, a country’s capital, missiles underline constantly in newspapers and on television. They emerge from flower pots in floral exhibitions; dawn vast in open mosaics; and accoutre promotion posters in factories, farms and schools. They’re mostly decorated in mid-flight, framed by confidant quarrelsome slogans.

North Korea is gradually building a capability to fit a chief device on an intercontinental ballistic missile, a record that could one day capacitate it to launch a chief strike on a U.S., and any other republic that competence bluster a presence of a Kim family dynasty.

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