Washington - U.S. Officials: North Korea Missiles Moved Away From Launch Site
Washington - North Korea has taken two Musudan missiles off launch-ready status and moved them from their position on the country’s east coast, U.S. officials told Reuters on Monday, after weeks of concern that Pyongyang was poised for a test-launch.
The United States did not believe the missiles were moved to an alternate launch site and were instead in a non-operational location, one of the U.S. officials said. The official did not elaborate.
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