Two North Korean intermediate-range ballistic missiles exploded soon after they were launched this past week.
North Korea continues to make attempts at successful launches with their Musudan missiles. This is the third attempt by North Korea, all of which have failed. Embarrassingly, the first attempt at launching the Musudan missile took place on April 15th which is “Founder’s Day” in North Korea. The missile, which is supposed to have a range of 2500 miles, failed entirely.
North Korea has had four missile launches in the month of April that have failed.
North Korea attempted to fire Nodong missiles into the sea of Japan. One of the 2 missiles that were fired were successful, which has caused some concern for the U.S military.
North Korea has had limited success in their attempts at firing missiles and creating nuclear weapons. North Korea claims that they have hydrogen bomb capabilities, but according to reports, they greatly overestimate the power of their nuclear weapons.
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