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US News North Korea Preparing for Another Nuclear Test: Report

02:20  12 january  2018
02:20  12 january  2018 Source:   newsweek.com

Seoul: NKorea says it'll reopen cross-border communications

  Seoul: NKorea says it'll reopen cross-border communications South Korea says North Korea has announced it will reopen a cross-border communication channel in another sign of easing animosity between the rivals. The announcement Wednesday comes a day after South Korea offered high-level talks with rival North Korea to find ways to cooperate on next month's Winter Olympics in the South. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Monday suggested that the North might send a delegation to the Pyeongchang Games.The South's Unification Ministry says the North's state-run radio station made the announcement in a broadcast Wednesday.

You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. North Korea Preparing for Another Nuclear "These activities underscore North Korea ’s continued efforts to maintain the Punggye-ri site’s potential for future nuclear testing ," the report added.

A spike in activity at North Korea 's Punggye-ri nuclear test site has raised alarm bells among Western powers, amid speculation that the rogue nation's nuclear capabilities may be nearing the level of a credible threat. The report of detected movement in all three tunnels at the site comes one month

There's a significant amount of tunneling activity at North Korea's nuclear testing site, commercial satellite images show, which suggests it's prepping the area for a future nuclear test.: 01_11_North_Korea_nuclear_test © Getty Images 01_11_North_Korea_nuclear_test There's a significant amount of tunneling activity at North Korea's nuclear testing site, commercial satellite images show, suggesting the area is being prepped for a future nuclear test, according to a report from 38 North, a website dedicated to analyzing the rogue state. 

Tunnel excavation has been ramped up at the West Portal at North Korea’s Punggye-ri nuclear test site, while the North Portal remains dormant, the images show. 

"Throughout December 2017, mining carts and personnel were consistently present around the West Portal and there was significant expansion of the spoil pile," 38 North's report, released Thursday, stated. "On December 28, there were also a large number of personnel (~100 to 200) observed in seven different formations whose purpose is unknown in the Southern Support Area."

North Korea accidentally hit one of its own cities with a missile, report says

  North Korea accidentally hit one of its own cities with a missile, report says In its relentless pursuit of nuclear strength, North Korea's first land target may have actually been itself. The missile was launched from an airfield just over 40 miles north of North Korea's capital city of Pyongyang.

Report builds on evidence that site is unstable after sixth nuclear test and puts Kim Jong-un’s pledge to no longer use site in a new light.

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Slideshow: 9 of the most outrageous things Kim Jong Un has said (BI)

Gu Binglin, Kim Jong-un et al. standing in front of a military uniform: <p> Between testing <a href=ballistic missiles and eating extravagant amounts of cheese, North Korea's Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un has made plenty of pretty outrageous statements about the United States and life in the Hermit Kingdom.

His taunts and tit-for-tat exchanges with President Donald Trump in particular have at times shifted the needle from crazy to dangerous, with the two leaders engaging in a heated back-and-forth over the possibility of nuclear war.

Here are nine of the most bewildering things Kim Jong Un has said since he assumed power after his father passed away in 2011:

" src="/upload/images/real/2018/01/12/gu-binglin-kim-jong-un-et-al-standing-in-front-of-a-military-uniform-p-between-testing-a-href-http-w_339827_.img?content=1" /> 9 of the most outrageous things Kim Jong Un has said "These activities underscore North Korea’s continued efforts to maintain the Punggye-ri site’s potential for future nuclear testing," the report added.

The images can be viewed via the tweet below. 

North Korea conducted its sixth nuclear test—its most powerful to date—at the site in early September. Shortly thereafter, in October, it was reported that Chinese geologists had warned North Korea the mountainous test site was on the verge of catastrophe. A senior Chinese nuclear scientist told the reclusive nation another test could blow off the top of the mountain and cause a massive collapse. Not long after this was reported, there was a collapse at the site, which reportedly resulted in the deaths of around 200 people. 

North Korea Has Accepted the South's Offer For Talks Next Week

  North Korea Has Accepted the South's Offer For Talks Next Week (SEOUL) — The rival Koreas agreed Friday to revive their first formal dialogue in more than two years next week to find ways to cooperate on the upcoming Winter Olympics in the South, a sign of easing animosities that followed a period of rising nuclear tension that saw fears of war on the Korean Peninsula. The announcement by Seoul’s Unification Ministry came hours after the United States said it has agreed to delay annual joint military exercises with South Korea until after the Winter Olympics.

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PYONGYANG, NORTH KOREA — South Korean intelligence told the country's lawmakers last Thursday that the North is making preparations for another missile test . Sign in to report inappropriate content.

A little less than two months after its latest nuclear test, North Korea threatened to conduct a seventh test over the Pacific Ocean, which could pose a huge risk to shipping and aircraft. 

At the moment, there are tenuous hopes for relative peace on the Korean Peninsula, after the North and South re-established dialogue. As a result, it was decided earlier this week that North Korea would participate in the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang in February. This decision was aided, in part, by a decision from the U.S. and South Korea to put off any large-scale military exercises until after the games. But this has not stopped U.S. military activity in the region entirely, as three B-2 stealth bombers were deployed this week to the U.S. territory of Guam, which has been threatened repeatedly by North Korea. 

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