North Korea Begins To Rebuild Long Range Missile Site (Update)

ABC News Online: North Korea begins to rebuild long range missile site after Hanoi Summit with Donald Trump

North Korea has restored part of a missile launch site that it began to dismantle as part of pledge during the first summit with US President Donald Trump.

South Korea's Yonhap News Agency quoted politicians briefed by South Korea's National Intelligence Service (NIS) as saying that the work was taking place at the Tongchang-ri launch site and involved replacing a roof and a door at the facility.

Satellite images seen by 38 North, a Washington-based North Korea project, showed that structures on the launch pad had been rebuilt sometime between February 16 and March 2, Jenny Town, managing editor at the project and an analyst at the Stimson Centre think tank, told Reuters.

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More News On Reports That North Korea Is Rebuilding Its Long Range Missile Site

North Korea rebuilds part of missile site as Bolton warns of more sanctions -- Reuters
North Korea said to be rebuilding structures at rocket site -- AP
North Korea Has Started Rebuilding Key Missile-Test Facilities, Analysts Say -- The New York Times
Satellite images show new activity at North Korean rocket facility -- UPI
North Korea Rebuilding Dismantled Nuclear Launch Site After Trump-Kim Summit, per South Korean Intelligence -- Newsweek
North Korea rebuilding rocket test site: report -- DW
North Korea reportedly restoring long-range rocket programmes -- Al Jazeera
Satellite photos show North Korea rebuilding nuclear infrastructure days after summit with Trump collapsed -- Business Insider

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