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05 January 2018, 01:14 | Floyd Cook
North Korea Might Have Accidentally Hit Its Own Cities With A Missile
On April 29, North Korea conducted a third test launch of the Hwasong-12 from the Pukchang airfield in the South Pyongan province, about 45 miles north of the country's capital, a new location, as the missile had previously been test-launched-unsuccessfully-twice before that month from a site near the port city of Sinpo, on the northeastern coast.
As for what this means for the USA, the Diplomat explained that rather than coming from known launch pads, DPRK missiles may originate from hardened tunnels, hangers or other newly constructed storage sites scattered all around the country, which has added to and diversified its list of launch points.
"The other could be to use the pro forma launch of a satellite into space to test whether the missile was capable of re-entry into the atmosphere".
There are claims North Korea may have accidentally hit one of its own cities with a missile.
Satellite images from May 2017 reportedly show damage caused by a failed test launch that struck the North Korean city of Tokchon weeks earlier in April, according to a United States government official.
Because of the secretive nature of functioning in North Korea, many say it is not possible to completely authenticate the report but that there is evidence to show that the IRBM caused destruction in a civilian area.
Although the images show that the explosion caused considerable damage in the heavily populated area, there is no way to tell if the crash led to casualties.
Since 2008, photographer Eric Lafforgue ventured to North Korea six times. North Korea launched its first ICBM back in July and the U.S. did nothing but impose more sanctions.
It is believed that the test is likely to take place later this week or next.
Past altercations have also involved Trump calling the North Korea's Supreme Leader as the "little rocket man", whereas, Kim Jong-un called the US President a "dotard" as a sign of insult.
He may have a nuclear button on his desk at all times but North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may not have complete control over his ballistic missiles. "We are sending an armada, very powerful".
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