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How much did that failed North Korea missile cost? Couldn't the money have been better used on food? North Korea needs to take the money they're spending on weapons and use it to buy food for their starving population instead.

Five hours after the Rocket launch, North Korea confirmed it had been unsuccessful. The rocket was launched from north-west North Korea early on Friday. US, Japan and South Korea say it flew only for a short time before breaking up and crashing into waters off the Korean peninsula.*smh*  the rocket exploded into some 20 pieces and fell into the sea. :( i hope the exploded rocket materials ain't radioactive #just saying

Faile3d promises !!! the money could have been better used on food? 

Pyongyang agreed in February to a partial freeze in nuclear activities and a missile test moratorium in return for US food aid. But that deal was put on hold last month after the North announced its rocket launch plans.Earlier this week reports also emerged from South Korea of a possible third nuclear test being planned by North Korea.


RESULT /NORTH KOREA'S PUNISHMENT

North Korea have being banned from carrying out ballistic missile launches, under UN Security Council Resolution 1874.

THEY'VE GT ENOF MONEY FOR ROCKET LAUNCH 
How much did that failed North Korea missile cost? Couldn't the money have been better used on food? North Korea needs to take the money they're spending on weapons and use it to buy food for their starving population instead.
I JUST HOPE D EXPLODED ROCKET MATERIALS WHICH FELL INTO THE SEE AINT RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS *SMH* ITZ LATER DAN WE THINK
*DZ wEEK* EARTHQUAKES,TREMORS, TSUNAMIs, NORTH KOREA'S FAILED /EXPLODED ROCKET LAUNCH :(
'Ended in failure'
The rocket went up at 07:39 local time (22:39 GMT Thursday), South Korean officials said...

Its intended flight path would have taken it south, to the west of the Korean peninsula between Japan and the Philippines.

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North Korea's launch... is a clear breach of the UN resolution that prohibits any launch using ballistic missile technology ”
Kim Sung-hwanSouth Korean Foreign Minister
Both Japan and South Korea had threatened to shoot it down if it threatened their territory.
But officials from several nations observing the launch said the rocket had failed.
"Initial indications are that the first stage of the missile fell into the sea 165km (105 miles) west of Seoul, South Korea," the North American Aerospace Defense Command (Norad) said in a statement.
"The remaining stages were assessed to have failed and no debris fell on land. At no time were the missile or the resultant debris a threat."
Japan reported similar details.
"At approximately 07:40 we confirmed that a certain flying object was launched from North Korea and fell after flying for just over a minute," Japanese Defence Minister Naoki Tanaka said.
South Korea said the rocket exploded into some 20 pieces and fell into the sea.
"We are conducting a search operation to retrieve the fallen objects," a defence ministry official said.
Some five hours after the launch, North Korea confirmed it had been unsuccessful.
"The Earth observation satellite failed to enter its preset orbit. Scientists, technicians and experts are now looking into the cause of the failure," state-run KCNA news agency said. State television carried a similar announcement.
The BBC's Damian Grammaticas, who is one of a number of foreign journalists invited into North Korea for the launch, said the group had not been given any more information beyond that brief statement.
The rocket's failure, our correspondent said, is an embarrassment for the North Korean leadership.
It will also come, analysts say, as a relief to many countries who are worried about North Korea's potential to deliver weapons via long-range missiles.

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