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Iran Denies Connection to North Korea Missile Launch

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North Korea launched a long-range rocket, called Unha-3, on Wednesday.

North Korea claims to have successfully placed a satellite into orbit, and NORAD confirms that it appears to them that North Korea did manage to put some object into orbit.

The launch was condemned by the US and other countries, as it is believed to have been a disguise tests for future nuclear tipped ICBMs.

On Tuesday, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast denied that it had missile experts in North Korea assisting in the launch.

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