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As second summit announced, report identifies secret North Korean missile site

The Age Tuesday, 22 January 2019
The report said the base is one of about 20 undeclared missile operating bases, part of North Korea's ongoing ballistic missile program.
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NORTH KOREA — NBC reports that researchers from a Washington based think-tank have discovered a secret missile base in North Korea — one of more than a dozen undisclosed sites in the Hermit Kingdom. North Korea's Sino-ri Missile Base is a seven square mile complex located 132 miles north of...

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