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Despite failures, North Korea could field missile next year: U.S. expert

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In spite of the apparent failure of another North Korean missile test at the weekend, the country's aggressive testing schedule could see its Musudan intermediate ballistic missile entering operational service sometime next year - much sooner than expected, a leading U.S. expert said on Monday.
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