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U.S. and South Korean officials confirm that North Korea launched a test missile from the west coast city of Kusong. The projectile travelled to the east for 30 minutes and 435 mi reaching an altitude of more than 1245 mi before landing in the Sea of Japan, 60 mi south of the Russian city of Vladivostok.

Japan says it reached an altitude of 2,000km which, if confirmed, could show a technological advance.

  1. BBC
  2. CBS via MSN
  3. Reuters
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  1. American and South Korean officials confirm that North Korea has fired a test missile from the country's west coast. The projectile flew for 30 minutes and 435 miles before landing in the Sea of Japan.
  2. U.S. and South Korean officials confirm that North Korea has fired a test missile from the country's west coast. The projectile flew for 30 minutes and 435 miles before landing in the Sea of Japan.
  3. U.S. and South Korean officials confirm that North Korea has fired a test missile from the country's east coast. The projectile flew for 30 minutes and 435 miles before landing in the Sea of Japan.
  4. U.S. and South Korean officials confirm that North Korea launched a test missile from the coastal city of Kusong. The projectile travelled to the east for 30 minutes and 700 kilometers, reaching an altitude of more than 2,000 kilometers before landing in the Sea of Japan, 97 miles south of the Russian city of Vladivostok.
  5. U.S. and South Korean officials confirm that North Korea launched a test missile from the west coast city of Kusong. The projectile travelled to the east for 30 minutes and 435 mi reaching an altitude of more than 1245 mi before landing in the Sea of Japan, 60 mi south of the Russian city of Vladivostok.