Intercontinental ballistic missile
Russians are developing new weapons: "Peresvet" has not been seen in movies either?
The state leadership was informed that the work on the preparation of the starting point for the new state armament program has been completed, and it will be formulated and submitted for adoption by the middle of 2023.
Putin: S-500 already sent, Sarmat to be delivered soon
"We will continue to develop and strengthen our armed forces, taking into account potential military threats and risks, and based on the lessons of modern armed conflicts, and improve their combat strength," Putin said, addressing military graduates.
Putin then said that a successful test of the heavy Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile had been carried out.
US official vows ‘forceful response’ if N. Korea tests nuke
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman on Tuesday warned of a forceful response if North Korea carries out its first nuclear test explosion in nearly five years as she traveled to Seoul to meet with South Korean and Japanese allies and discuss the escalating standoff.
North Korea fires likely ICBM hours after Biden leaves Asia
North Korea fired a volley of missiles early Wednesday including a suspected intercontinental ballistic missile, just hours after US President Joe Biden left Asia after a trip overshadowed by Pyongyang's sabre-rattling.
"One Sarmat launch and Great Britain is wiped out"
Vladimir Solovyov, a well-known Russian journalist considered Putin's "belly fighter", threatened Britain today while talking to the head of the Russian Space Agency about the new, powerful RS-28 Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile, which Russia plans to deploy to its armed forces by autumn, Daily Mail reports.
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China has operated around 20 silos for liquid-fuel DF-5 intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) for decades
Warning: "Alarming development of the situation", Desert becoming a home for rockets?
Researchers say satellite footage shows 'alarming development' that signals possible expansion of nuclear capabilities, the Guardian writes.
Analysts warned the expansion signified an "alarming development" but also urged caution against "worst-case thinking", noting tension between major nuclear powers over disarmament.
It is becoming more certain: Some state will use nuclear weapons
The institute claims that this could break the tendency to reduce the nuclear arsenal.
According to experts, this tendency increases the probability that a country will use nuclear weapons in war.
North Korea fires multiple suspected cruise missiles: Seoul
North Korea on April 14 fired several suspected cruise missiles towards the sea, the South's military said.
The "multiple projectiles" fired from Munchon in the east of the country were believed to be "short-range cruise missiles," the Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement.
North Korea fires unidentified projectiles, says South's military
North Korea fired two unidentified projectiles into its eastern sea on March 2 as it begins to resume weapons demonstrations after a months-long hiatus that could have been forced by the coronavirus crisis in Asia.