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North Korea fires ballistic missile

North Korea fired on Sunday a ballistic missile from a region near its west coast that flew 430 miles, South Korea's military said, days after a new leader took office in the South pledging to engage in dialogue with Pyongyang. Havovi Cooper reports.

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