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N Korea test-fires 30 missiles into sea

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Im guessing the first 29 failed

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N Korea test-fires 30 missiles into sea

Did they hit the target?

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That's an expensive way to dispose of scrap metal...

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It is a cheap way to get rid of excess. The Russians got rid of their SS 20s in this fashion. The USA paid contractors lots of money.

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Must have been freezing at that time in the early morning. Feel sorry for the crews manning the launch sites.

Still, something must be bothering the DPRK...

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Still, something must be bothering the DPRK...

The latest missile tests came as South Korea and Japan said Friday that their leaders will hold a summit with U.S. President Barack Obama next week, in a breakthrough after Washington urged the pair to mend badly strained ties.

Did you even bother reading the article?

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Just showing that they have the capacity for multiple launches within a short time.

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the_odeman, "Did you even bother reading the article?"

Something internal

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Please keep test firing. Until you run out.

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Now, China will not donate food now. Is this why it wants to talk with Japan? N. Korea must be hungry. Old second hand missile Cuba sold by cheating, it had to shoot out in order to get charity food from Japan?

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Something internal

Nope, this is the usual routine for them

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Completely inconsiderate of the wildlife they, and neighbors depend upon for food... It was a stupid idea, and wasteful of numerous resources. Their efforts are all in vain, as well, and don't do anything to help anyone.

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