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North Korea ‘to launch another ballistic barb this weekend as it outlines genocide of Kim Jong-un’s dad’

February 11: New medium-range Pukguksong-2 (KN-15) ballistic barb launched into Sea of Japan, travelling 310 miles.

March 6: Five medium-range Scud-er ballistic missiles launched into a Sea of Japan, with 4 travelling some-more than 600 miles.

March 21: Mobile-launched barb explodes moments after launch in unsuccessful test.

April 4: Medium-range KN-17 ballistic barb test-fired into a Sea of Japan, travelling only 34 miles after spinning out of control.

April 15: KN-17 barb explodes roughly immediately after take-off.

April 28: KN-17 barb travels only 21 miles before violation detached in mid-air.

May 14: Missile, believed to be a KN-17, flies about 480 miles before crashing into a Sea of Japan.

May 21: Another KN-17 test, with a barb travelling some-more than 300 miles into a same sea.

May 29: A short-range ballistic barb was tracked for 6 mins before alighting in a sea.

June 8: Anti-ship missiles dismissed into a Sea of Japan.

July 4: North Korea tests a initial intercontinental ballistic barb (ICBM), a Hwasong-14 that crashed into a Sea of Japan after travelling about 580 miles.

July 28: Another ICBM is test-fired, drifting 621 miles for 45 mins – a longest moody of a ballistic barb dismissed by North Korea – before crashing into a sea inside Japan’s Economic Exclusion Zone.

August 26: Three short-range ballistic missiles are test-fired, with a second floating adult within seconds and a third unwell in flight.

August 29: North Korea fires a KN-17 over northern Japan – sparking evacuations and atmosphere raid sirens in towns – and it travels 1,667 miles before violation apart.

September 3: Pyongyang carries out a sixth exam of a chief weapon, claiming it was a hydrogen bomb, causing a 6.3-magnitude earthquake. Experts contend a device was adult to 8 times some-more absolute than a explosve a US forsaken on Hiroshima in 1945.

September 15: Another ballistic barb – a 14th barb exam of a year – is dismissed over northern Japan, this time drifting for about 2,300 miles before attack a sea.

November 29: A incomparable Hwasong-15 ICBM was launched nearby Pyongsong, travelling for an rare 50 mins and reaching a tallness of 2,800 miles. The barb flew 600 miles into a Sea of Japan.

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