Kim Jong Un showcases North Korea’s missiles in military parade | USA TODAY

North Korea claims to have a new intercontinental ballistic missile; unveiled by Kim Jong Un and his family at a military parade.

RELATED: South Korea retaliates after North Korea fires missile launches

In recent months, North Korea has performed dozens of shorter-range missile tests that it called simulations of nuclear attacks on South Korean and U.S. targets. But it had halted weapons launches for about a week before it fired a short-range ballistic missile.

The North’s foreign minister, Choe Son Hui, threatened to launch “fiercer” military responses to the U.S. bolstering its security commitment to its allies South Korea and Japan.

Choe was referring to President Biden’s recent trilateral summit with Yoon and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on the sidelines of a regional gathering in Cambodia. In their joint statement, the three leaders strongly condemned North Korea’s recent missile tests and agreed to work together to strengthen deterrence. Biden reaffirmed the U.S. commitment to defend South Korea and Japan with a full range of capabilities, including its nuclear arms.

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  1. Hey Bro…
    Remember this

    Once we think you ever thought about sending one here..

    No smile will ever grace the People of North Korea
    Again !!!

  2. 🤣🤣🤣🤣 worthless display of power. They would get wiped off the face if the earth if they tried using any if that.

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