Report: North Korea still fueling missile

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June 20, 2006 13:52

 
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Satellite images show North Korea is still fueling a missile in preparation for a possible test, a news report said Tuesday. Many fueling vehicles have been spotted around the suspected launch site, suggesting that Pyongyang is still in the process of fueling what the United States contends is a long-range missile, public broadcaster NHK reported, citing US military sources in Japan. But workers spotted near the head of the missile on Monday weren't visible Tuesday, NHK cited the sources as saying. The site in the northeast of the country appears to be guarded by about 1,000 troops, the report added.

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