Korea move! Fears over missile strike as satellite images show Kim’s despot regime shifting ballistic weapons – just days before US naval drill

Saturday, October 14, 2017
By Paul Martin

Secretive state’s military movements have been spotted in new satellite pictures
It comes just days before South Korea and the US are expected to hold a drills
Government source said the missiles were photographed leaving Pyongyang

14 October 2017

North Korean forces have been detected transporting ballistic missiles fuelling fears they are preparing to launch them.

The secretive state’s military movements have been spotted in satellite pictures by the South Korean government, local media reports.

It comes just days before South Korea and the USA are expected to hold a joint naval drill.

The US Navy confirmed yesterday that the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier would lead manoeuvres, which Pyongyang has angrily reacted to previously.

Tensions between the US and Kim Jong-Un’s regime over North Korea’s nuclear weapons programme manifested in angry words exchanged between the world leaders.

President Donald Trump has jibed Kim Jong-Un, who is the third generation of the family to rule the nation, as ‘little rocket man’.

The missile movements were first reported in South Korean daily Donga Ilbo.

A government source told the newspaper that satellite images showed missiles being transported out of hangers near Pyongyang and in the North Phyongan province.

Military officials suspect the north could be preparing to launch missiles capable of reaching US territory.

In August, the world held its breathe as Pyongyang threatened to fire Hwasong-12 intermediate-range missiles at the island of Guam.

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