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Activity flurry suggests N. Korea sub missile test

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Activity flurry suggests N. Korea sub missile test

Activity flurry suggests N. Korea sub missile test

Analysts and security officials say they are watching for signs that North Korea may use an upcoming holiday to unveil new weapons or test fire a submarine-launched ballistic missile, after a flurry of activity was detected at a naval base.

Emer McCarthy reports.


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