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The regime here is still dealing with the fallout from that failed rocket launch.
It's now said that the missile which took off Friday morning North Korea time was only in the air about two minutes before it blew up scattering debris in the -- off of South Korea.
South Korean ships at this very moment are scouring the waters for any clues as to what happened.
The cost of the whole project for this impoverished country is now estimated at nearly eight billion dollars.
Seemingly undeterred the show goes on take a look at an event that we saw not too far from here.
No better example all the military first policy of the North Korean government and that.
Of thousands of soldiers packed into this team -- own stadium and -- another event markings and -- of the birth of the founder of North Korea.
And another way distract the people of this country's problems that have.
In a tightly orchestrated and stage managed -- those gathered pledged support the founder's grandson the young and current leader Kim -- moon.
He's got a bunch of new titles in recent days that -- right up there with his late father and former leader Kim Jong ill.
Those questions at the -- stayed as expected on message including showing no disappointment about that fail lift off.
And just a few hours one last -- the military event most of the people in the struggling country won't have too much to cheer about.
Pyongyang North Korea Greg Palkot Fox News.
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