Japan Launches Spy Satellites North Korea's recent nuclear moves add emphasis to Japan's launch of two spy satellites. North Korea calls the move a "hostile act." The satellites will enable Japan to monitor North Korea's nuclear weapons program. NPR's Eric Weiner reports.
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North Korea's recent nuclear moves add emphasis to Japan's launch of two spy satellites. North Korea calls the move a "hostile act." The satellites will enable Japan to monitor North Korea's nuclear weapons program. NPR's Eric Weiner reports.