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South Korea: North Korean Rocket Engine Test Shows 'Meaningful Progress'

VOA News Monday, 20 March 2017
South Korean officials say North Korea's latest rocket-engine test showed "meaningful" advancement in engine function. Lee Jin-woo, deputy spokesman for the South Korean Defense Ministry said Monday, "Through this test, it is found that engine function has made meaningful progress, but further analysis is needed for exact thrust and possible uses." North Korea ground-tested a new high-thrust rocket engine, the country's official news agency KCNA said on...
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North Korea’s rocket engine progress ‘significant’, says Seoul 01:09

South Korea says the North’s latest rocket engine test shows that Pyongyang has made “meaningful progress” in its missile capabilities. North Korean state media showed leader Kim Jong Un overseeing the weekend launch – the latest of several tests of rockets and missiles. The last ground test...

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