A Hawaii Civil Defence Warning Device, which sounds an alert siren during natural disasters, is shown in Honolulu on Wednesday, November 29, 2017. The alert system is tested monthly, but on Friday Hawaii residents will hear a new tone designed to alert people of an impending nuclear attack by North Korea. Photo: AP A Hawaii Civil Defence Warning Device, which sounds an alert siren during natural disasters, is shown in Honolulu on Wednesday, November 29, 2017. The alert system is tested monthly, but on Friday Hawaii residents will hear a new tone designed to alert people of an impending nuclear attack by North Korea. Photo: AP
A Hawaii Civil Defence Warning Device, which sounds an alert siren during natural disasters, is shown in Honolulu on Wednesday, November 29, 2017. The alert system is tested monthly, but on Friday Hawaii residents will hear a new tone designed to alert people of an impending nuclear attack by North Korea. Photo: AP

Hawaii revives cold war nuclear warning siren after North Korean test of ICBM

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A Hawaii Civil Defence Warning Device, which sounds an alert siren during natural disasters, is shown in Honolulu on Wednesday, November 29, 2017. The alert system is tested monthly, but on Friday Hawaii residents will hear a new tone designed to alert people of an impending nuclear attack by North Korea. Photo: AP A Hawaii Civil Defence Warning Device, which sounds an alert siren during natural disasters, is shown in Honolulu on Wednesday, November 29, 2017. The alert system is tested monthly, but on Friday Hawaii residents will hear a new tone designed to alert people of an impending nuclear attack by North Korea. Photo: AP
A Hawaii Civil Defence Warning Device, which sounds an alert siren during natural disasters, is shown in Honolulu on Wednesday, November 29, 2017. The alert system is tested monthly, but on Friday Hawaii residents will hear a new tone designed to alert people of an impending nuclear attack by North Korea. Photo: AP
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