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U.S. spy plane flies over Korean Peninsula after North Korea tests super-large rocket launcher Updated: 2019-12-02 04:12:48 KST

A U.S. spy plane flew over the Korean Peninsula this weekend, apparently upping surveillance activities, after North Korea's recent rocket launcher test.
Aviation tracker "Aircraft Spot" says a U-2S reconnaissance plane belonging to the U.S. Air Force was seen on Saturday, flying over Seoul, the Chungcheong-do provinces, and the northern areas of Gangwon-do Province, which borders North Korea.
The aircraft, dubbed the Dragon Lady, carries out surveillance missions close to the inter-Korean border, to monitor military facilities and troop movements in the North.
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