N. Korea Eyes Missile Tests North Korea says it may resume testing ballistic missiles, a day after announcing it will abandon a global nuclear treaty. North Korea already has missiles capable of reaching South Korea and Japan. Hear NPR's Scott Simon, NPR's Eric Weiner, former Clinton adviser Wendy Sherman and Katie Oh of the Institute for Defense Analysis.

North Korea Threatens Missile Tests

North Korea Threatens Missile Tests

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North Korea says it may resume testing ballistic missiles, a day after announcing it will abandon a global nuclear treaty. North Korea already has missiles capable of reaching South Korea and Japan. Hear NPR's Scott Simon, NPR's Eric Weiner, former Clinton adviser Wendy Sherman and Katie Oh of the Institute for Defense Analysis.

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