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Tuesday, September 08, 2015

Pyongyang could fire missile next month

Unha-3 rocket at Tangachai-Ri Space CentreWill North Korea launch a long-range missile around the foundation day of its ruling Workers' Party on Oct. 10? Military officials as well as experts on North Korea and national security are wondering, following the Aug. 25 South-North peacemaking agreement.

The agreement, under which South and North Korea promised to ease tensions on the Korean Peninsula, was made after a four-day marathon talk between the two sides. The talk was held as tensions reached record levels after landmines exploded on Aug. 4 inside the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), seriously injuring two South Korean soldiers.

Seoul accused Pyongyang of planting the mines in the heavily guarded zone.

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