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Long-Range Rocket May Be Able To Reach U.S., Say Analysts

April 03 2012

North Korea

A missile spotted at a North Korean government research and development facility in Pyongyang may have a range of more than 6,200 miles, reports the Daily Telegraph (U.K.).

The weapon, seen in reconnaissance satellite photos, is around 130 feet long, South Korean government sources told Seoul's Chosun Ilbo newspaper.

Pyongyang may unveil the new missile at an April 15 military parade to mark the 100th anniversary of the birthday of Kim Il Sung, grandfather to current leader...

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