North Korea's state-run television KRT confirms the isolated country has conducted its fifth nuclear test. Rough Cut - subtitled (no reporter narration)
SUBTITLED ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION). North Korea announced on Friday it had conducted its fifth nuclear test, hours after seismic monitors detected a blast near the secretive country's nuclear test site. North Korea's state TV said the North was now capable of mounting nuclear warheads on ballistic rockets. It said no leakage of nuclear material had occurred in the test and that there was no environmental impact. South Korean President Park Geun-hye said the North's leader Kim Jong Un was showing "maniacal recklessness". Isolated and aggressive North Korea conducted its fourth nuclear explosion in January and followed it up with a series of missile tests despite severe United Nations sanctions. On Monday, it fired three medium-range missiles during a G20 summit in neighboring China attended by world leaders.