Friday, April 13, 2012

North Korea's rocket launch draws anger, wounds pride (+video)

The G-8 group of countries on Friday condemned North Korea over its attempt to launch a long-range rocket taking a satellite into orbit. The rocket failed shortly after launch and landed in the sea off the South Korea coast.

MSCI Asia ex-Japan off day's peak after weaker China data * Aussie falls as China Q1 GDP grows 8.1 pct, below 8.3 pct forecast * Markets shrug off North Korea rocket launch * European shares likely mixed By Chikako Mogi TOKYO, April 13 (Reuters)

April 13, 2012 China Offers Subdued Reaction to Failed N. Korean Missile Launch Stephanie Ho | Beijing China is calling for calm and restraint following the failed North Korean missile launch. The official Chinese reaction to Friday's North Korean.

North Korea's much-heralded missile launch was a failure yesterday, but the White House still condemned what it felt was a provocative act by the rogue state. North Korea said it wanted to launch a rocket to put a weather.

North Korean rocket launch fails North Korea launches rocket North Korea's much-anticipated rocket launch ended quickly in failure early Friday, splintering into pieces over the Yellow Sea soon after takeoff. North Korea acknowledged in an announcement.

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