NORTH KOREA LAUNCH AN INTER CONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE

The North Korean Government launched Hwasong-14 missile an Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile. The missile was launched last Tuesday July 4, 2017. It was announced Korean Central Television a North Korean Broadcasting network. The test launch was conducted at the sharpest angle possible and did not have any negative effect on neighboring countries. Yet the test was the most successful test among there Missile test this past year. It sent the rocket 580 miles with a flight time of 39 minutes and reached an altitude of 2,802 km. Officials say the duration of the flight means it would be longer than any other similar tests previously reported. And it landed in Japan’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), the Japanese government said, adding it had strongly protested what it called a clear violation of UN resolutions. North Korea has a reliable arsenal of shorter-range missiles but is still trying to perfect its longer-range missiles. Experts believe that North Korea has the technology to arm its short-range missiles with nuclear warheads, but it’s unclear if it has mastered the technology needed to build an atomic bomb that can fit on a long-range missile. According to the reports, it was capable of hitting the hearth of the America also known as the Alaska. And they say that it will be equipped with nuclear warheads that could destroy a country. Tuesday’s missile test comes as little surprise. The United States, China, Japan, and South Korea are all scheduled to attend the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, on Friday and Saturday, where they will likely discuss North Korea’s escalating nuclear and missile programs. Reuters reports that North Korea often conducts missile launches to coincide with diplomatic events, international meetings, or even the Fourth of July holiday in the U.S.  The North Korea is clearly violating its international treaty and obligations to the UN.