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North Korea's 'failed' missile test may have been a thinly-disguised threat

Rocket exploded at exactly the altitude needed for devastating electromagnetic pulse

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's nuclear and missile provocations could bring the situation to a point of no return (AP).

TOKYO -- North Korea again launched a ballistic missile in the morning of April 29, amid growing tensions over its weapons program and increasingly threatening rhetoric between Pyongyang and Washington. 

Since the missile exploded in mid-flight, many experts branded the test a failure.

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