North Korea missile 'could reach Alaska'
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North Korea missile 'could reach Alaska'

North Korea says it has successfully tested its first "intercontinental ballistic missile".

A state television announcement said the missile, which landed in the Sea of Japan on Tuesday, could hit targets anywhere in the world.

But the US and Russia said the missile had a medium range and presented no threat to either country.

Seoul correspondent Steve Evans reports.

  • 04 Jul 2017
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