North Korea announces successful test of ‘missile-ready’ nuclear bomb

North Korea announces successful test of 'missile-ready' nuclear bomb - Photo: Reuters

US and South Korean security chiefs hold emergency talks as hydrogen bomb test puts Pyongyang closer to developing warhead

SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea claims successful test of sixth and most powerful nuclear test on Sunday. North Korea claims its and advanced hydrogen bomb for a long range missile.

The test drew swift international condemnation and attention from various people and nations. President Donald Trump also condemns North Korea successful hydrogen bomb test.

Donald Trump also shows his worries and concerns for threats to china from North Korea.

Trump also appeared to rebuke ally South Korea, which faces an existential threat from North Korea’s nuclear program.

North Korea, which carries out its nuclear and missile programs in defiance of United Nations Security Council resolutions and sanctions, said on state television that the hydrogen bomb test ordered by leader Kim Jong Un had been a “perfect success”.

At other hand, North Korea National TV also confirmed successful test of hydrogen bomb.  They also told that bomb is designed to be mounted on its newly developed intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), the North said.

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