North Korea is completing a major expansion of a key missile-manufacturing plant, said researchers who have examined new satellite imagery of the site. The facility makes solid-fuel ballistic missiles as well as re-entry vehicles for warheads.
New building didn’t appear to begin in earnest until April this year, around the time Mr. Kim shook hands with South Korean President Moon Jae-in in a landmark summit meeting at the inter-Korean border, according to a series of satellite images. The bulk of construction took place in May and June.
“I got along really well with Chairman Kim. We had a great chemistry,” Mr. Trump said Sunday in an interview on Fox News. Pressed on whether the U.S. could trust Mr. Kim, Mr. Trump said: “I made a deal with him. I shook hands with him. I really believe he means it.”
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