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North Korea tells UN it has a right to test missiles, as ‘projectile’ fired

South Korea has said the North fired an unidentified projectile as Pyongyang's UN envoy defended the rogue country's right to test weapons. North Korea is currently under UN sanctions banning weapons tests.

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