The North Korea situation

  DJPeters Deputy Commissioner

I note even China is now not really on North Korea's side now as it has been reported that any Nth Korean business's in China have until a certain date to shut up shop and move out. So this means by the looks of it that even China is disgusted with what North Korea is doing at the moment and just might not back them up as the North Korean's think. Hard to call but that seem's the drift of it!

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  justapassenger Minister for Railways

The DPRK tested the Hwasong-15 ICBM for the first time last night, using a lofted trajectory of with a 4,500km apogee and the simulated payload touching down 960km from the launch site.

Converted to a conventional flatter trajectory, this puts the whole of the USA, all of Europe, all of Asia and all of Australia within range.

"I can hit your house" is a pretty robust reply to Trump's denouncing of the DPRK as state terrorist sponsors last week.
  Aaron The Ghost of George Stephenson

Location: University of Adelaide SA
Kim might prove that his rockets can go the distance, but as for ‘hitting your house’ there is still no indication have accuracy. The rockets always fall somewhere different, I am not so sure he could nominate a target in advance and hit it.

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