Seoul: North Korea’s two Musudan missile launches end in failure - UPI.com
UPI reports: "North Korea fired two mid-range Musudan ballistic missiles early
Wednesday, local time, but both tests ended in failure.
Pyongyang has now fired the Musudan a total of six times in 2016. The
last four launches, all failures, cost Pyongyang $80 million, according
to one South Korean estimate.
The missiles were launched from an area near the North Korean city of
Wonsan on the country's eastern coast, South Korean news service Newsis
The Musudan has a range of between 1,800 and 2,500 miles, and is capable
of targeting Japan."
Comment: One would think that the international community would act while they are still testing rather than when they achieve a demonstrated nuclear missile launch capability?