Recent missile test failure in North Korea
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North Korea Failure to Launch Gets More Press Than India Missile Launch

North Korea Failure to Launch Gets More Press Than India Missile Launch | Recent missile test failure in North Korea | Scoop.it
While North Korea had a failed rocket launch and threats of nuclear tests, India's was successful and will not receive the same criticism despite rising tensions with China.
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North Korea rocket breaks up in flight - CNN.com

North Korea rocket breaks up in flight - CNN.com | Recent missile test failure in North Korea | Scoop.it
Defying warnings from the international community, North Korea launched a long-range rocket into orbit on Friday, officials said.
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Bosworth: Why we must talk to North Korea – Global Public Square - CNN.com Blogs

Editor's Note: Ambassador Stephen Bosworth was United States Special Representative for North Korea Policy from March 2009 to October 2011. He has also served as U.S. ambassador to South Korea, the Philippines and Tunisia.
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North Korea’s $850 million rocket failure – Business 360 - CNN.com Blogs

North Korea’s $850 million rocket failure – Business 360 - CNN.com Blogs | Recent missile test failure in North Korea | Scoop.it
(CNN) – The cost of Friday’s failed rocket launch by North Korea is estimated by South Korean intelligence officials at $850 million – nearly enough to feed about 80% of the population of the impoverished nation for a year.
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Exclusive: U.S., allies urge sanctions for North Korea firms; China resists

Exclusive: U.S., allies urge sanctions for North Korea firms; China resists | Recent missile test failure in North Korea | Scoop.it
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United States, European Union, South Korea and Japan have submitted a list of about 40 North Korean companies to the U.N.
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