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On Sunday, North Korea launched a rocket, supposedly carrying an "earth observation satellite," into space.
North Korea claims they successfully launched the Kwangmyongsong 4 into orbit as part of a peaceful and scientific space program. But launching long-range rockets goes against several U.N. Security Council regulations.
Following the news, the U.N Security Council held a closed-door emergency meeting and issued a statement condemning the space launch vehicle. Many believe that the rocket is a disguise for covering up the testing of long-range missile technology. There was already concern in the international community after North Korea detonated what the government claimed was a hydrogen bomb back in January.
David Sanger, national security correspondent from our partner The New York Times, discusses what the launch indicates and what, if any, the international response will be.