Missile headquarters discovered among 20 undeclared bases in North Korea.

Missile headquarters discovered among 20 undeclared bases in North Korea.

Researchers have discovered that one of 20 undeclared ballistic missile operating bases in North Korea serves as a missile headquarters, providing an operational-level nuclear or conventional first strike capability. The discovery comes three days after US President Donald Trump announcement of looking forward to another meeting with North Korean leader Kim.

Petar Augustinovic
Petar Augustinovic
Joe Foxworthy
Joe Foxworthy 1 year

Wonder how many secret bases America have..... 1 rule for them, a different rule for most others. Hypocrites!!

Ralph 1 year

what a shocker

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Connie Ad 1 year

I started learning a bit about N. Korea because I switched to East Asian entertainment. I had a service provider that carried S. Korean programs and I often "watched" the news even though I don't know their language. When the current "God King" took over I knew his father pucked the younger son because he was most like himself. Western so-called "experts" thought he would be dufferent because he went to school in Europe and liked some Western stuff. About 3 months before Kim claimed to want "peace", China said his last and biggest ubderground test had caused a 6.8 earthquake and part of the mountain had collapsed, presumably partly destroying the site. Then he is suddenly "Mr. Nice Guy"? I was appalled at even S. Korea seeming to fall for it. I figured he has been secretly building a new site under a different mountain. over half the country is mountains and hills. Doesn't surprise me one bit that he has hidden missile sites. Here is a question to ponder. Who is providing N. Korea with the stuff he has used for testing? Russia (we did give them control over our uranium), China, Pakistan, Iran, or India?

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