World War 3: Fears North Korea will mark Kim Jong-il death with missile launch TOMORROW

Saturday, December 16, 2017
By Paul Martin

NORTH Korea could launch a symbolic missile strike this weekend on the anniversary of Kim Jong-il’s death.

Sat, Dec 16, 2017

Despot Kim Jong-un could spark a panic across the globe with a sudden strike six years on to the day from his father’s death.

Kim Jong-il died on December 17 2001, paving the way for his son to take control in the hermit state.

And experts fear a symbolic event could be planned for the anniversary on Sunday.

Kim Jong-il and his father Kim il-Sung, founding member of North Korea’s current dictatorial dynasty, are seen as demigods in the rogue state.

On numerous dates during the year, citizens are expected to visit statues of the pair to leave flowers, while portraits hang in every home.

This year experts fear the adulation of Kim Jong-il could reach deadly extremes with a missile strike authorised by his increasingly volatile son.

The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington DC have warned a test is likely to take place soon.

They said there was an “elevated chance of provocations” this month, with a “ballistic missile test expected on December 17th”.

The group said North Korea has favoured “high missile test activity” in December over the past five years, increasing fears of a strike.

Earlier this year another think tank warned symbolic dates were often used by Pyongyang to send warnings to the West.

Ahead of North Korea’s founding anniversary, he said: “I think another ICBM test to be honest with you could come on September 9. The North Koreans love to put on a big show for their big national holiday.

It comes after a frustrated Donald Trump hit out at Russia and accused leader Vladimir Putin of “not helping” with North Korea relations.

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