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North Korea ended over two months of relative peace and quiet in grand fashion with it's Nov. 28 test of its Hwasong 15 intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM). More details of the test will come to light in the next few days and weeks, but initial data about the test indicate Pyongyang’s steady progress on ballistic missile development despite increasingly stringent U.S. and international sanctions.

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After a months-long pause in its intercontinental ballistic missile tests, North Korea on Nov. 28 conducted the maiden launch of the Hwasong 15 — an ICBM that state media characterized as the rogue nation’s “most powerful” missile yet, topped with a "super-large heavy warhead” and capable of striking the mainland United States. 

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