After nuclear test, S Korea fires long-range missile

January 2016
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The article reports on the possibility for North Korea to launch a long-range ballistic missile after conducting its fourth nuclear test on January 6, 2016. It mentions a report from news agency Kyodo News on satellite imagery analysis that suggests preparations for a possible launch, concern of South Korea over a surprise launch and the failure of international trade bans on arms and luxury items to prevent North Korea from pursuing its development of weapons of mass destruction.


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