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S. Korea releases photos of debris from rocket recently launched by DPRK

Source:Xinhua Published: 2012-12-24 14:02:27

 

Picture released by South Korea's defense ministry on December 23, 2012 shows the debris from a long-range rocket recently launched by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). After analyzing debris from the first stage of a long-range rocket recently launched by the DPRK, South Korea on December 23, 2012 claimed that the rocket launch was intended to develop intercontinental ballistic missile technology, according to the defense ministry in Seoul. Photo: Xinhua
Picture released by South Korea's defense ministry on December 23, 2012 shows the debris from a long-range rocket recently launched by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). After analyzing debris from the first stage of a long-range rocket recently launched by the DPRK, South Korea on December 23, 2012 claimed that the rocket launch was intended to develop intercontinental ballistic missile technology, according to the defense ministry in Seoul. Photo: Xinhua
 
Picture released by South Korea's defense ministry on December 23, 2012 shows the debris from a long-range rocket recently launched by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). After analyzing debris from the first stage of a long-range rocket recently launched by the DPRK, South Korea on Sunday claimed that the rocket launch was intended to develop intercontinental ballistic missile technology, according to the defense ministry in Seoul. Photo: Xinhua
Picture released by South Korea's defense ministry on December 23, 2012 shows the debris from a long-range rocket recently launched by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). After analyzing debris from the first stage of a long-range rocket recently launched by the DPRK, South Korea on Sunday claimed that the rocket launch was intended to develop intercontinental ballistic missile technology, according to the defense ministry in Seoul. Photo: Xinhua
 
Picture released by South Korea's defense ministry on December 23, 2012 shows the debris from a long-range rocket recently launched by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). After analyzing debris from the first stage of a long-range rocket recently launched by the DPRK, South Korea on Sunday claimed that the rocket launch was intended to develop intercontinental ballistic missile technology, according to the defense ministry in Seoul. Photo: Xinhua
Picture released by South Korea's defense ministry on December 23, 2012 shows the debris from a long-range rocket recently launched by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). After analyzing debris from the first stage of a long-range rocket recently launched by the DPRK, South Korea on Sunday claimed that the rocket launch was intended to develop intercontinental ballistic missile technology, according to the defense ministry in Seoul. Photo: Xinhua
 
Picture released by South Korea's defense ministry shows South Korean officers checking the debris from a long-range rocket recently launched by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). After analyzing debris from the first stage of a long-range rocket recently launched by the DPRK, South Korea on December 23, 2012 claimed that the rocket launch was intended to develop intercontinental ballistic missile technology, according to the defense ministry in Seoul. Photo: Xinhua
Picture released by South Korea's defense ministry shows South Korean officers checking the debris from a long-range rocket recently launched by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). After analyzing debris from the first stage of a long-range rocket recently launched by the DPRK, South Korea on December 23, 2012 claimed that the rocket launch was intended to develop intercontinental ballistic missile technology, according to the defense ministry in Seoul. Photo: Xinhua
 
Picture released by South Korea's defense ministry shows the debris from a long-range rocket recently launched by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). After analyzing debris from the first stage of a long-range rocket recently launched by the DPRK, South Korea on December 23, 2012 claimed that the rocket launch was intended to develop intercontinental ballistic missile technology, according to the defense ministry in Seoul. Photo: Xinhua
Picture released by South Korea's defense ministry shows the debris from a long-range rocket recently launched by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). After analyzing debris from the first stage of a long-range rocket recently launched by the DPRK, South Korea on December 23, 2012 claimed that the rocket launch was intended to develop intercontinental ballistic missile technology, according to the defense ministry in Seoul. Photo: Xinhua









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