North Korea has unveiled what appears to be a new intercontinental ballistic missile during a military rally to celebrate the regime's 75th anniversary.
The country's leader Kim Jong Un addressed the military during the event, which was broadcast on state-run media.
Edited footage from the parade shows a 22-wheeled transporter carrying the apparently new weaponry - thought to be larger than anything previously displayed by the country.
הטיל המפלצתי של קים ג'ונג און
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KOREA'S 75TH LIBERATION DAY
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and Russian President Vladimir Putin exchange greetings on Saturday to mark the 75th anniversary of Korea's liberation from Japan.
According to the North's state media Korean Central News Agency, in a letter to Putin, Kim expressed gratitude for Russian soldiers who sacrificed their lives for Korea's freedom.
He further wished to deepen bilateral ties following the agreement for cooperation reached during their first summit in April last year.
The Russian president said relations between Pyeongyang and Moscow are of a friendly and constructive character and that the Vladivostok summit clearly proves it.