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N Korea preparing missile launch, suggest satellite images

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In North Korea, satellite images of a facility near Pyongyang suggest that the country may be preparing to launch a missile or a satellite.

US news outlet NPR has reported, the images of Sanumdong were taken days before US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met in Hanoi for their high-stakes summit.

The leaders failed to reach an agreement. Sanumdong facility is used by Pyongyang to produce inter-continental ballistic missiles and space rockets.

The report comes after the news that North Korea's main rocket launch site at Sohae has been rebuilt. the dismantling of Sohae began last year but stopped as US talks stalled.

Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump said yesterday that he would be disappointed if North Korea was to resume weapons testing. (AIR)

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