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>> If you want long range missiles done well, do it yourself. North Korean leader Kim Jong' Un getting heads on with is latest weapons test Tuesday, state media saying he supervised an engine experiment that could tee up an eminent satellite launch. Images take a few day ago show a vertical rocket engine being prepared for testing.
Experts say that points to bigger, better satellite launch vehicles, the country insists its space program is purely for scientific purposes, but the US, South Korea, and even allied China say its probably an effort to make inter-continental ballistic missiles. Meanwhile on Monday, US President Barack Obama and China's Li Ka-shing agree to work together to find an answer to the North Korean weapons threat after its fifth nuclear test last week.
Diplomats tell Reuters, they're talking about a team up to push through fresh UN sanctions as punishment. The only hang up, so far Beijing's made no commitments one way or the other.>> That routinely threat