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U.S., Japan Warn Against N. Korean Missile Test

On Friday, North Korean women waved unification flags at the closing ceremony of the sixth anniversary of a June 2000 summit in Gwangju. But relations between their nation and the U.S. and Japan got more tense Saturday.
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On Friday, North Korean women waved unification flags at the closing ceremony of the sixth anniversary of a June 2000 summit in Gwangju. But relations between their nation and the U.S. and Japan got more tense Saturday.

The U.S. and Japan urge North Korea not to test a long-range missile. Intelligence reports say the North Koreans are pondering just such a launch. Asia watcher Kurt Campbell of the Center for Strategic and Intelligence Studies discusses the development with Debbie Elliott.

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