Kim Jong-Un Pulls The Trigger On ANOTHER Nuclear Test
North Korea's recent nuclear test is the second one in just eight months, and South Korea says it's the largest yet.
North Korea says it carried out another nuclear test — and the international community isn't thrilled.
This is also the second test in just eight months — and South Korea says it's the largest yet. So how much damage could it do?
An analyst told NBC, "If detonated in the middle of Lower Manhattan in New York ... it would destroy pretty much everything up to the West Village and down to about the New York Stock Exchange."
North Korea will likely receive another sanction for this latest test — but that hasn't stopped the regime in the past.
South Korea's president called Kim Jong-un's actions "maniacal recklessness."
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