North Korean scientists are shown assembling weapon of mass destruction in footage played during huge banquet laid on to celebrate Kim Jong-un’s latest nuclear test

Monday, September 11, 2017
By Paul Martin

Kim threw a banquet to laud the nuclear scientists and other top military officials
Video footage from the banquet appears to show the assembly of the H-bomb
It was topped with an art performance and a photo session with Kim himself
The young leader broke into a broad smile as he posed with two top scientists
Kim praised the developers for ‘taking the lead’ in nuclear advancements

11 September 2017

A video from a massive celebration banquet thrown by Kim Jong-un for North Korean scientists appears to show the engineers piecing together the hydrogen bomb that sent shockwaves around the world.

The North Korean dictator hosted the party to congratulate his nuclear technicians who steered the country’s sixth and largest nuclear test a week ago.

A clip from the banquet, held at Pyongyang People’s Theatre yesterday, revealed footage for the first time of uniformed workers assembling the huge H-bomb.

The video was published by the state-run Korean Central Television station and shows the lavish party attended by the North Korean leader.

Kim and his wife, Ri Sol-Ju, gathered top scientists, including Ri Hong Sop and Hong Sung Mu, to celebrate what he called a ‘perfect success in the test of H-bomb’.

The blast, which came weeks after the country fired off two intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) that appeared to bring much of the mainland US into range, prompted global condemnation and calls to ramp up sanctions against the isolated nation.

The United States and its allies had been bracing for another long-range missile launch in time for the 69th anniversary of North Korea’s founding on Saturday, but no fresh provocations were spotted while the North held numerous events to mark the holiday.

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