North Korea Seen Expanding Missile Base - OPB NewsNorth Korea appears to be expanding a missile base in a remote, mountainous part of the country, according to new commercial satellite imagery studied by independent researchers. The base, located near the Chinese border, is believed to be capable of ...and more »-- https://www.opb.org/news/article/npr-north-korea-seen-expanding-missile-base/

North Korea Expands Long-Range Missile Base, Analysts Say - Wall Street Journal North Korea Expands Long-Range Missile Base, Analysts Say

North Korea is expanding military facilities thought to house long-range missiles that can hit the U.S., according to a think-tank report that revives doubts about the regime’s sincerity in disarmament negotiations.

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New Satellite Images Show Expansion at a North Korea Missile Base, Report Says - TIME http://time.com

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North Korea reportedly expands key long-range missile base - Stars and Stripes North Korea reportedly expands key long-range missile base North Korea reportedly expands key long-range missile base

North Korea has significantly expanded a key long-range missile base near the Chinese border, according to reports citing new satellite images that provide more evidence the communist state is persisting with its nuclear weapons program despite U.S.-led diplomatic efforts to stop it.

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Megumi: The girl who never came home (II) - Asia Times Megumi: The girl who never came home (II)

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New satellite images reveal activity at unidentified North Korean missile base - New Zealand Herald New satellite images reveal activity at unidentified North Korean missile base New satellite images reveal activity at unidentified North Korean missile base

Satellite photos have seemingly caught Kim Jong-un in the act.

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US senators warn against US-NK summit without tangible denuclearization steps - The Korea Herald US senators warn against US-NK summit without tangible denuclearization steps

US senators who are influential in shaping Washington’s North Korea policy advise tying the second US-North Korea summit to more tangible steps toward denuclearization from Pyongyang, Voice of America reported Thursday.  (Yonhap)Republican Senator Cory Gardner said President Donald Trump should “walk away” from the summit if there are any signs that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is using it as an excuse to buy ...

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S. Korean military says it has long watched N. Korea's 'unreported' missile base - The Korea Herald S. Korean military says it has long watched N. Korea’s ‘unreported’ missile base

 The South Korean military said Thursday that Seoul and Washington have long monitored a North Korean missile base that a US media outlet described as an unreported facility capable of launching a long-range ballistic missile.  Citing satellite images and analysis from a private think tank, CNN reported Wednesday that the Yeongjeo-dong missile base and a nearby site -- previously unreported -- remain active and hav...

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North Korea Seen Expanding Missile Base - NPR

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New satellite images reveal North Korea is expanding key missile base - Telegraph.co.uk New satellite images reveal North Korea is expanding key missile base

New satellite images have revealed that North Korea has significantly expanded a key long-range missile base located in a remote mountainous area, despite ongoing talks this year with the US over the country’s nuclear disarmament.

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