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AssassinsMace

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Or you can blame it on US led sanctions... This is the ultimate outcome that sanctions were intended for. Those in power would be the last to be affected by sanctions. So the only purpose of sanctions would be to cause pain and suffering among those not in power so they would revolt against their own government and thus the ultimate goal would be achieved without costing the US unlike war.
 

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Or you can blame it on US led sanctions... This is the ultimate outcome that sanctions were intended for. Those in power would be the last to be affected by sanctions. So the only purpose of sanctions would be to cause pain and suffering among those not in power so they would revolt against their own government and thus the ultimate goal would be achieved without costing the US unlike war.


No significant diference in the numbers.

It is more likely correlated with the weather or other patterns.
 

TerraN_EmpirE

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When a North Korean Missile Accidentally Hit a North Korean City
Early last year, a North Korean IRBM crashed in a populated area. What does that tell us?

By Ankit Panda and Dave Schmerler
January 03, 2018


What happens when a North Korean ballistic missile test fails in flight and explodes in a populated area? On April 28, 2017, North Korea launched a single Hwasong-12/KN17 intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) from Pukchang Airfield in South Pyongan Province (the Korean People’s Army’s Air and Anti-Air Force Unit 447 in Ryongak-dong, Sunchon City, to be more precise). That missile failed shortly after launch and crashed in the Chongsin-dong, in North Korean city of Tokchon, causing considerable damage to a complex of industrial or agricultural buildings.

According to a U.S. government source with knowledge of North Korea’s weapons programs who spoke to The Diplomat, the missile’s first stage engines failed after approximately one minute of powered flight, resulting in catastrophic failure. The missile never flew higher than approximately 70 kilometers. The location of the missile’s eventual impact was revealed exclusively to The Diplomat and evidence of the incident can be independently corroborated in commercially available satellite imagery from April and May 2017.

The April 28 failure merits close analysis, especially as North Korea continues to carry out flight-testing of its various ballistic missile platforms from a range of new test sites. In 2017, North Korea has introduced new sites for missile testing, arguably to demonstrate the flexibility of its Strategic Rocket Force. It has even carried out ballistic missile launches from a restricted area at Pyongyang’s Sunan Airport, which also serves as the country’s primary civil aviation facility and the entrypoint for most non-Chinese foreign visitors to North Korea. The potential for similar accidents occurring over Pyongyang, the country’s capital, or other populated regions remains high, especially with untested systems.
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Anlsvrthng

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New missile spoted on the NK parade.

Looks like a stange iskander , so, it can cover the whole SK from NK territory ( if it is real like the iskander), there is an interesting data connection to the warhead, maybe nuclear warhead control?

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Exclusive: U.S. prepares high-seas crackdown on North Korea sanctions evaders - sources..



"The Trump administration and key Asian allies are preparing to expand interceptions of ships suspected of violating sanctions on North Korea, a plan that could include deploying U.S. Coast Guard forces to stop and search vessels in Asia-Pacific waters, senior U.S. officials said."

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Pyongyang, February 25 (KCNA) -- The spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the DPRK issued the following press statement on Sunday:

omissis................<< As we have stated on numerous occasions, we will consider any type of blockade an act of war against us, and if U.S. has indeed the guts to confront us in "rough" manner, we will not necessarily take the trouble to stop it.>>......

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