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General News    H3'ed 9/3/17

North Korea Says It Has Tested Hydrogen Bomb That Can Fit on ICBM

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North Korea on Sunday claimed to have successfully tested a hydrogen bomb designed to be placed on a newly developed intercontinental ballistic missile — prompting a barrage of responses from President Donald Trump, including an ominously vague answer when asked if he would 'attack' the country. This is the sixth time that North Korea has conducted a nuclear test, and the underground explosion seems likely to ratchet up already high tensions between the country's leader, Kim Jong Un, and President Donald Trump.
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