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" According to Professor Andrei Lankov from Kookmin University in Seoul, a missile launch is "highly plausible." "Judging by earlier behavior they usually like to greet a newly elected American president with some kind of nice surprise like a nuclear (test) or missile launch…Because President-elect Trump tweeted that ‘it won’t happen,’ such a launch could be seen as a serious humiliation for (the US)," he told CNN.DPRK launch rumors come shortly after satellite images have surfaced indicating a rise in activity at the Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center, a major North Korean nuclear site.

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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who helped push for Warmbier’s release, said the United States holds North Korea “accountable” for an unjust imprisonment.

On Monday, less than a week after returning to the United States with severe brain damage, his family announced Warmbier had “completed his journey home.” The 22-year-old died Monday afternoon in Cincinnati, Ohio, with his family at his side.

“It would be easy at a moment like this to focus on all that we lost — future time that won’t be spent with a warm, engaging, brilliant young man whose curiosity and enthusiasm for life knew no bounds,” his family said.

Compiled from October 2016 to January 2017, DPRK watch site 38 North described the images, saying, "Commercial satellite imagery indicates that North Korea may be preparing to resume operations at its 5 MWe reactor, which had been suspended since late-2015.

Throughout the previous four months, there has been a continued presence of vehicles at and around the 5 MWe reactor suggesting either ongoing maintenance, refueling or preparations for renewed operations." A February 2016 report from US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper suggested that plutonium from Yongbyon’s reactor was being used to conduct nuclear testing.