North Korea could carry out a long-range missile test in the next three weeks, with new satellite images showing increased launch site activity, according to satellite operator DigitalGlobe Inc.
A Taepodong missile is displayed during a military parade in Pyongyang to mark the 100th birthday of the North's late founder Kim Il-Sung on April 15. North Korea raised eyebrows by displaying what appeared to be a new set of ICBMs at the parade. North Korea could carry out a long-range missile test in the next three weeks, according to satellite operator DigitalGlobe Inc.
The global provider of commercial high-resolution earth imagery said Monday that the new pictures showed significant movement at North Korea's Sohae (West Sea) Satellite Launch Station.
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