Misil norcoreano es capaz de transportar bomba nuclear “grande y pesada”

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Cohete lanzado era capaz de alcanzar Alaska, según expertos independientes. Foto: Archivo / AFP

El misil intercontinental desarrollado por Corea del Norte es capaz de transportar “una cabeza nuclear grande y pesada”, indicó este miércoles 4 de julio de 2017 la agencia oficial norcoreana.

El cohete lanzado el martes en un momento decisivo para las ambiciones nucleares de Pyongyang era capaz de alcanzar Alaska, según expertos independientes.

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La agencia oficial KCNA citó al líder norcoreano Kim Jong-Un asegurando que la confrontación con Estados Unidos ha entrado en la “etapa final”.