North Korea Announces Plan To Launch Satellite

Launch to take place between December 10 - 22
December 1st, 2012
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Following a week of increasing media speculation, North Korean state media outlet has announced that it plans to launch a satellite  between December 10 and 22.  The date range coincides with two significant events  - South Korea’s presidential election and the first anniversary of the death of Kim Jong Il.

According to a spokesman for

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