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North Korea tests ‘multiple rocket launchers’

By Reuters
21 November 2019   |   2:35 pm
North Korea confirmed that Thursday's missile launch used "super-large multiple rocket launchers," a new weapon that first debuted in August. The test sparked a fiery response from a U.S. lawmaker, who called for more sanctions against North Korea.

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