North Korea Moves ICBM Missiles to Launch Location – Days After Hydrogen Bomb Test

On Sunday afternoon Japan and South Korean officials confirmed North Korea conducted a hydrogen bomb test.

An earthquake measuring 6.3 on the Richter scale centered in the area of North Korea’s nuclear weapons facility was reportedly followed by a 4.6 quake that appears to be a cave-in due to the test. The test is reportedly the strongest of the previous five tests since 2006.

On Tuesday North Korea was observed moving an intercontinental ballistic missile towards its west coast. The North Korean officials moved the missile at night to avoid detection.

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