N.Korea appears to have won meaningful data from recent missile test

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May 22, 2017 05:03
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SEOUL  - South Korea said on Monday North Korea appeared to have secured "meaningful data" from its latest missile test on Sunday, when it launched an intermediate-range ballistic missile.

"South Korean and US intelligence authorities believe North Korea has secured meaningful data in enhancing the credibility of its missile technology," said Roh Jae-cheon, a spokesman for South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Roh said further verification was needed to determine whether the North had mastered the re-entry technology for missile warheads that it has claimed.

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