North Korea tests underwater attack drone that can generate 'radioactive tsunami'
North Korea has tested a new underwater attack drone that can generate a radioactive tsunami, the country's state media has claimed. The nuclear-capable drone was launched this week off the coast of Riwon County in South Hamgyong Province.
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Under Kim Jong Un’s 'Guidance', N Korea Says it Tested New Nuclear Underwater Attack Drone
The North’s state news agency also confirmed it fired cruise missiles during the weapon test and firing drill that took place from Tuesday to Thursday. The North Korean drone cruised underwater for over 59 hours and detonated in waters off its east coast on Thursday.
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North Korea says it has tested new nuclear-capable underwater attack drone
North Korea has tested a new nuclear-capable underwater attack drone that can generate a radioactive tsunami, state media reported on Friday, as it blamed joint military drills by South Korea and the U.S. for raising tensions in the region.
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North Korea says it simulated nuke attacks with drone, missiles
North Korea said Friday its cruise missile launches this week were part of nuclear attack simulations that also involved a detonation by a purported underwater drone as leader Kim Jong Un vowed to make his rivals 'plunge into despair.'
3 months ago·Toronto, CanadaRead Full Article
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