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EXCLUSIVE: N. Korean satellite launch pretext for Iran missile test

EXCLUSIVE:Western defense officials say upcoming launch is a continuation of Iran and North Koreas nuclear and missile cooperation Seoul warns it might shoot down North Korean rocket if it violates South Korean territory.

Yoav Limor, News Agencies and Israel Hayom Staff

Iran's Sejil missile. No longer the longest range rocket in Irans arsenal?
Photo credit: Reuters
North Koreans attend a large scale assembly at Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang, North Korea, Sunday, March 4, 2012
Photo credit: AP
A police officer in front of posters depicting men raising arms, left, and a launching rocket as North Korea marks 100 days after late leader Kim Jong Il's death.
Photo credit: AP
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