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Dictator Kim shows his daughter for the first time!
Surprise in North Korea! For the first time, dictator Kim Jong-un (38) presented his daughter in public.
► Kim visited a missile testing site on Friday to see the ICBM test to observe. Also present: his daughter, most likely Ju-ae (9-10), who was born in 2012 or 2013.
Daughter Ju-ae is one of three children born to Kim’s marriage to his wife Ri Sol-ju. The eldest son is said to have been born in 2010, the youngest child of unknown gender is said to have been born in 2017.
► However, only the birth of the daughter Ju-ae is considered certain, because family friend and ex-basketball star Dennis Rodman (61) wants to have held her in his arms during a visit to North Korea in 2013.
Now the rest of the world can see the Kim child too!
And: It seems to have been a joint visit by the Kim family. Ju-ae’s mother, Ri Sol-ju, also attended the missile test.
New missile test condemned “strongly”.
During a new missile test, North Korea fired an ICBM on Friday that, according to information from Japan, could presumably have reached the United States.
► According to information from Tokyo, the projectile fell west of the Japanese island of Hokkaido in the sea. The United States and its allies condemned the missile test “in the strongest terms”.
Moscow, on the other hand, blamed Washington for North Korea’s actions.
South Korea’s general staff said the long-range missile was launched from the Sunan region toward the sea on Friday morning (local time), flew 1,000 kilometers and 6,100 kilometers high – slightly less than the long-range missile launched by North Korea on March 24 (the most powerful so far). Test).
Japan’s Defense Minister Yasukazu Hamada said calculations showed that “the ballistic missile this time could have had a range of 15,000 kilometers.” This would have put the US mainland within range of the missile.