North Korea Claims Spy Satellite Watching White House: Doubts and Debates

North Korea asserts its new spy satellite is surveilling key U.S. targets, including the White House, but skepticism arises in the West.

Despite leader Kim Jong Un showcasing the alleged results, doubts persist about the satellite’s functionality. While Pyongyang lists various targets, experts question the satellite’s strategic value due to its limited resolution.

The move is seen as a political statement for both domestic and international audiences, showcasing North Korea’s technological advancements.

The symbolic value extends to domestic politics, where the regime highlights its achievements, possibly aimed at a local audience unaware of global satellite capabilities.

[Original Source: BBC News]

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