North Korea positions midrange missile on its eastern coast

04/5/2013 | Reuters

North Korea appears to have moved a missile capable of striking Japan, South Korea and possibly Guam to its eastern coast, following a step-up in its nuclear threats to the U.S., government sources say. The midrange weapon, a Musudan missile, is not one that the North Koreans are believed to have tested, and it is not yet clear if it has been moved to the country's launch site on the northeastern part of the coast.

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