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North Korea Conducts Rocket Engine Test

North Korea Conducts Rocket Engine Test

North Korea has carried out a new test of a rocket engine, US media reported on Thursday. The tested engine can be potentially used on intercontinental ballistic missiles.

While it's not immediately clear what the outcome of the test was, North Korea has long harbored ambitions to build and maintain a credible nuclear weapon arsenal for deterrence or to strike North America. 

The engine test is the first since March, when North Korea executed three such rocket tests, Fox News reported. 

The procedure was carried out in Yun Song.

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North Korea To Test Ballistic Missile Soon: Report

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North Korea will soon be ready to test-fire an intercontinental ballistic missile or ICBM, a state-run daily said today. Rodong Sinmun, the official daily of the Workers' Party of Korea, in an article said the latest series of weapons tests show that the country is not too far away from test-firing an ICBM, reports Efe news.

The article indicates that Pyongyang has made advances in its missile technology since North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said in his New Year's speech that the country was in the final stages of developing ICBM technology.

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N Korea says missile launch a new type of 'cruise rocket'

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The official KCNA news agency said the rocket was a "powerful attack means capable of striking any enemy group of battleships attempting at military attack on the DPRK (North Korea) from the ground at will".

KCNA added the missiles "accurately detected and hit the floating targets on the East Sea of Korea".

Pyongyang's fifth test in less than a month was launched in defiance of global pressure to rein in its weapons program.

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North Korea Fires Another Salvo Of Missiles, Defying International Condemnation

North Korea fired what appeared to be several land-to-ship missiles off its east coast in South Korea.

North Korea fired another salvo of missiles Thursday morning, keeping up the relentless pace of testing as it advances toward its goal of producing an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching the mainland United States.

The latest barrage comes after three launches in May, and means Kim Jong Un has now ordered almost as many missile launches this year alone as his father oversaw - 16 - during 17 years in power.

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North Korea Fires What Appear To Be Land-To-Ship Missiles: South Korea

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North Korea fired what appeared to be several land-to-ship missiles off its east coast on Thursday, South Korea's military said, the latest in a fast-paced series of missile tests defying world pressure to rein in its weapons programme. The launches come less than a week after the United Nations Security Council passed fresh sanctions on the reclusive state, which said it would continued to pursue its nuclear and missile programme without delay.

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North Korea says rejects new sanctions

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North Korea "fully rejects" the latest U.N sanctions against its citizens and entities as a "hostile act" and will continue its nuclear weapons development without a delay, its foreign ministry spokesman said on Sunday.

The U.N. Security Council on Friday expanded targeted sanctions against North Korea after its repeated missile tests, adopting the first such resolution agreed by the United States and Pyongyang's only major ally China since U.S. President Donald Trump took office.

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'Yankees Would Be Worried,' North Korea's Kim Jong-un Said After Missile Test


North Korea confirmed its test-firing of a precision-guided ballistic missile was "successful", the state-run news agency KCNA reported Tuesday, a day after the projectile landed in waters provocatively close to Japan.

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un supervised the launch of the "new-type precision guided ballistic rocket" - the third missile test by the nuclear-armed regime in less than three weeks and carried out in defiance of UN sanctions warnings and US threats of possible military action.

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North Korea Fires Ballistic Missile

North Korea's missile launches have prompted calls for tougher UN sanctions

North Korea Monday test-fired a ballistic missile, the latest in a series of launches that have ratcheted up tensions over its quest to develop weapons capable of hitting the United States.

The short-range missile flew for six minutes before landing in the Sea of Japan, the US Pacific Command said, adding it was working on a more detailed assessment.

The launch comes in fresh defiance of tough talk from US President Donald Trump, who promised Friday that the "big problem" of North Korea "will be solved".

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North Korea Fires What Appears To Be A Missile: Yonhap News Agency

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North Korea has fired off what appears to be a ballistic missile, Yonhap news agency reported Monday, citing the South's military, as tensions flare over its nuclear ambitions.

The unidentified missile was fired from near the North Korean coastal city of Wonsan, Seoul's joint chief of staff said. 

South Korea's new president, Moon Jae-In, has ordered a meeting of the national security council to assess the launch, Yonhap reported.

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