In Photos: North Korea’s Stamps Celebrating Hwasong-15 ICBM Launch

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North Korea has released stamps celebrating the November 28 launch of the Hwasong-15 intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM). According tothe North, the ICBM is capable of reaching the US mainland. During the November 28 test launch, the missile reportedly reached an altitude of 4,475 km and flew 950 km. The flight lasted 53 minutes. The stamps were released by the State Stamp Bureau of North Korea.

In Photos: North Korea's Stamps Celebrating Hwasong-15 ICBM Launch

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In Photos: North Korea's Stamps Celebrating Hwasong-15 ICBM Launch

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In Photos: North Korea's Stamps Celebrating Hwasong-15 ICBM Launch

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In Photos: North Korea's Stamps Celebrating Hwasong-15 ICBM Launch

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  • Solomon Krupacek

    where can i buy?

    • PZIVJ

      Just send a self addressed envelope to Kim Jong asking for Nuclear stamps.
      Please include at least 5 Euros, he likes hard currency. :)

  • Rob

    North Korea believe in dignity, selfrespect and selfreliance. I love North Korea.

  • Rob

    US sanctions does not effect any country any more because all these countries that has been sanctioned are united now. While US sanctions have kept America isolated.

  • Huisje tuintje boontje beesje

    Seeing those stamps I might become a filatelist

  • Pave Way IV

    The US has always used poverty, disease and inflicted suffering against the little people when we don’t like their government. Constant threats against their government leaders make them increasingly paranoid. That results in an unnecessarily large military budget/forces, makes state surveillance of the civilians more oppressive and quashes any ability for the little people to voice their dissent. In other words, the US will always create an increasingly oppressive regime to ramp up the poverty, disease and suffering of the little people. Then it uses that as an excuse for invasion, occupation and control.

    The North Koreans will continue to suffer as long as they resist US occupation and control. That was the plan years before the Korean War even started. The US will never give up on that scheme until the day we have our missile launchers and SPY-1 radars on the Korean-Chinese border pointed at Beijing.

    Libya was an exception. Gaddafi ran a prosperous country with a satisfied populace – it was much quicker to assassinate him and steal Libya’s gold first. Then we could punish the Libyan little people for years on end until they install a proper, US westernized-democracy puppet regime that meets our approval. That’s never going to happen, so the punishment will never end for the little people there.