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Tonight North Korea may be planning another missile launch that's what US officials are telling Fox News.
They say intelligence shows the -- is moving around some mid range missile launchers and the Pentagon is keeping a close are now.
Just yesterday North Korea's military claimed it had approved a nuclear attack on the United States.
And the Pentagon moved a missile defense -- -- wall a US territory that could be in the cross here's.
The fox reports chief correspondent Jonathan Hunt live at the United Nations Jonathan what do we know about these missile movements.
-- -- -- -- officials say and -- many experts agree with their assessment that the missile most likely being moved.
It's called a -- Sudan now most of that is a medium range ICBM Intercontinental ballistic missile.
It has a maximum range carrying a warhead of a back in two and a half thousand miles.
That would put Guam within range and that is why one of the reasons why that missile defense system is being moved that.
By the Pentagon that we do know that the north Koreans.
Have what appeared to -- -- Saddam missiles they've displayed what looks like them.
The fall in those military parades would say I'm one of the concerns about the most to dad is that it can be launched from a mobile truck.
That would give the US and -- much less time to react that if they had to Man -- on a launch talent that's one of the major concerns tonight John.
And there is a date coming up that could be significant in all -- Very significant date April 15 a week Monday that will be the 100 -- first anniversary.
Of the birth of the founder of North Korea came an old song and Kim Jong Oden might decide.
That that is a good date on which to translate his -- Bellicose woods -- -- some sort of offensive action here's the former Defense Secretary William -- listened.
This as a young leader we don't know whether he's in charge of the military the military is in charge of him.
And so we have to be concerned on what our actions signal to not only to the north but to our allies the South Koreans the Japanese and also the Chinese.
Everyone in the region has to be concerned about what this young leader untested.
That's certainly on worldly.
And as the world wonders exactly what Kim Jong-Il and might do next secular state John Kerry is due to travel to the region.
Next week to reinforce the message personally.
To the neighbors of Kim Jong-Il and that the United States has their back.
John Jonathan -- the UN thanks.
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