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North Korea claims to have developed hydrogen bomb for ICBM
08:19, 3 September 2017
North Korea claims to have developed hydrogen bomb for ICBM

They also say the new device can be deployed even at high attitudes

08:19, 3 September 2017

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North Korea claims to have developed a hydrogen bomb which can be mounted on a new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), Pyongyang's state media claimed Sunday, as Yonhap reports.

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un inspected an H-bomb which can be fit on its ICBM during his visit to the Nuclear Weapons Institute, according to the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA).

The institute has succeeded in developing a "more developed nuke," bringing about a "signal turn" in the country's nuclear weaponization, according to the report.

The bomb can be detonated even at high altitudes.

As it was reported earlier, in the latest North Korean missile test, an ICBM flew over Japan.

Related: UN Security Council: DPRK’s missile tests pose danger to entire world

Related: Japan to add sanctions against DPRK in connection with nuclear threat

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