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Missile test could give North Korea ICBM by 2020: US think-tank

Seoul - North Korea's test of a new medium-range missile could help the nuclear-armed state develop an operational intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) capable of striking the US mainland by 2020, a US think-tank said on Friday.

U.S. to North Korea: Refrain from acts that 'destabilize' region

Washington - The United States on Saturday sternly admonished North Korea against acts that could "further destabilize" the region, amid claims that it successfully tested a new engine designed for an inter-continental ballistic missile that could reach US shores.

North Korea says successfully tested ballistic missile engine

Seoul - North Korea said Saturday it had successfully tested an engine designed for an inter-continental ballistic missile (ICBM) that would "guarantee" an eventual nuclear strike on the US mainland.

Op-Ed: Laser weapons threats are here

Arms designers developed more lasers for drones, warplanes, warships, and combat vehicles. Laser weapons will augment defense systems in the army, air force, and navy within a few years. Energy weapons will eventually replace many existing armaments.

Op-Ed: North Korea threatens US with its advance missiles

North Korea says mainland America is now within its missile range as tensions between North and South Korea tightens, the North warns US about its advance missiles following South deal. The North Korean threats could be designed to assess US response.

Op-Ed: Putin plans Russian military modernization

During his political campaign, Putin says he will spend billions to build up Russia’s military as a safeguard against the current international uncertainty. This one issue appears to find agreement among all Russians.

Op-Ed: Mideast nuclear arms race heats up

Iran seeks short buildup time for assembling its nuclear weapons, while Israel procures another submarine with nuclear strike capability.

Russia tests new missile as Putin claims U.S. orchestrated Georgia war

Only hours after Russia test fired a new missile with a potential 10,000 kilometre range. Also, Vladimir Putin claims there is direct U.S. involvement in the Georgia war.

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