North Korea makes a more developed nuke

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Just last week, The Truth Hive reported that North Korea had launched what we now know to be a missile towards the sea east of the North Korean Peninsula.  On Sept. 2, the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported that the North Korea Regime had "succeeded in making a more developed nuke."

On the KCNA's English Language report, the agency described it as a "nuke." However, in it's Korean version of the same report, the agency labeled it a "thermonuclear Hydrogen bomb."

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un watched an H-bomb be loaded into new ICBM (intercontinental ballistic missile) while he visited the country's Nuclear Weapons Institute, reported KCNA.

"The H-Bomb, the explosive power of which is adjustable from tens kiloton to hundreds kiloton, is a multi-functional thermonuclear nuke with great destructive power which can be detonated even at high altitudes for super powerful EMP (electromagnetic pulse) attack according to strategic goals," reported KCNA in English.

There have been high tensions due to North Korea's persistence on testing and developing nuclear weaponry.  With every test and launch, Kim Jong Un continues to improve his missile program and its technology.