North Korea has notified neighbours including Japan of the trajectory of the rocket it plans to launch this month, a report said Sunday, after international condemnation of the move by the nuclear-armed state.
A North Korean soldier stands guard in front of a military vehicle carrying what is believed to be a Taepodong-class missile during a military parade in Pyongyang, in April. N.Korea plans to launch a long-range rocket between December 10 and 22, the North's official news agency announced on Saturday.
The communist North announced on Saturday it would launch a rocket sometime between December 10 and 22 -- its second long-range rocket launch this year after a much-hyped but botched attempt in April.
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