The Washington Times 
Nov 29, 2012
Intelligence agencies are closely watching a North Korean missile launch site amid signs a test-firing will take place in the next two months, U.S. officials said, echoing reports from South Korea  and Japan .
One official said the indicators from the launch site appear to be “a replay of the April launch, hopefully with the same success.”
North Korea ’s last Taeopodong-2 missile was test-fired April 13 in what defense officials said was a failure shortly after the first stage lifted off.
Commercial satellite images from Friday and made public by DigitalGlobe  revealed increased activity associated with a forthcoming missile launch at the North Korea ’s Dongchang-ri launch site in the northwestern part of the country.
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