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Pyongyang pulls back missiles

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Pyongyang pulls back missiles


After weeks of tension and uncertainty, North Korea is said to have taken two missiles off launch-ready status.

They have also been moved from their position on the country’s east coast.

But a US official has said that it is no guarantee that they will not be fired at some point in the future.

The Musudan missiles have a range of up to 3,500 kilometres. A possible test launch could have dramatically increased tensions in the region and beyond.

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