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Japan, allies warn North Korea on missile launch

Japan warned it would join the United States in taking “severe action” if North Korea launched a long-range missile in defiance of growing international appeals. Japan, the United States and Australia all issued fresh warnings as a US newspaper report said that the self-declared nuclear state was close to going ahead with a new missile test. North Korea, which declared last year it had nuclear weapons and is boycotting international talks on its atomic program, test-fired a missile over Japan into the Pacific Ocean in 1998 without previous warning. Full Story

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