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Jakarta : Indonesia | Nov 23, 2012 at 11:47 AM PST
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A mock North Korean missile during a rally denouncing North Korea's nuclear and missile tests in Seoul

Issue: North Korean missile ready for launch, according to U.S. satellites.


North Korea moved its military missile parts in Pyongyang to a launch site in Tongchang-ri, in the northwest of the country early November 2012, according to the Asahi Shimbun. A number of U.S. satellites, catching signs that North Korea is preparing to launch a missile (missiles) distances. U.S. Government, informing its allies in Japan and South Korea. On North Korea's planned missile launch it. It is the arrogance of North Korea, the Communist State. Missile launch is an attempt to put a satellite in orbit from the same launch site.

Although Pyongyang still plans to launch a missile at the end of November 2012, but North Korea has announced plans to launch a rocket. It can not be immediately obtained conformation Japanese government about it. In Seol, a spokesman for South Korea's Defense Ministry said it could not comment on intelligence issues. Meanwhile, a spokesman for the presidential Blue House office said he had no information about it.

Wary of the rise of communism in Asia. The U.S. and its allies need to be extra vigilant, keep an eye on North Korea. It seems that North Korea plans should not be considered just a mere issue. With regard to China-Japan conflict on the South China Sea, which has not reached a settlement. Although ASEAN, especially Indonesia, wants settlement immediately, for the sake of stability and security in the region.

11/24/12/Tasch.


Sources: Reuters News, AFP, Antara News, Ashi Shimbun,

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TaschTaufan is based in Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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