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Big News Saturday July 22, 2017
Hawaii wants to avoid being caught unawares when North Korea decides to launch a nuclear missile strike, begins preparations
The state of Hawaii, often considered to be a laid-back holiday spot for tourists, is now proactively formulating a plan to deal with a possible North Korean missile attack. The threat, that has emerged from North Korea’s accelerated nuclear program and the successful test of its Intercontinental Ballistic missile (ICBM), which can reach Alaska and Hawaii along with any other part of the world has left authorities in the U.S. concerned. On July 4, North Korea launched the Hwasong-14 missile, which had a maximum range of about 4,163 miles, meaning it would be able to hit targets in Alaska but not the contiguous U.S. mainland or the larger islands of Hawaii in the Pacific Ocean. It marked the latest escalation of the North's nuclear program, giving South Korea and its staunch ally, U.S., sleepless nights. Soon after the launch, North Korea declared that it had developed an ICBM that could carry a large nuclear warhead. Soon after, U.S. successfully tested its Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile defense system against the ICBM in...Read more
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