North Korea missile program progressing faster than expected, says South
Tuesday, 16 May 2017 SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea's missile program is progressing faster than expected, South Korea's defense minister said on Tuesday, hours after the UN Security Council demanded the North halt all nuclear and ballistic missile tests and condemned Sunday's test-launch.
In a statement on Tuesday, South Korea's defense minister expressed concerns that North Korea's missile program is progressing faster than expected, following yet another test launch. The UN has since condemned the Sunday launch, after demanding on Monday that Pyongyang halt all nuclear and ballistic...
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