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Experts see Russia fingerprints on North Korea's new missile

Brisbane Times Friday, 10 May 2019
Experts see Russia fingerprints on North Korea's new missileThe three new missiles Kim Jong-un has tested over the past week look just like a controversial and widely copied missile the Russian military has been actively trying to sell abroad for years, experts say.
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News video: North Korea's new missiles aren't only for show: analysts

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North Korea's new missile tests signal it is serious about developing new, short-range weapons that could be used early and effectively in any war with South Korea and the United States, analysts studying images of the latest launches say. Ryan Brooks reports.

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