New satellite images indicate North Korea started rapidly rebuilding a rocket launch site just days after a summit between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un failed to achieve a breakthrough on denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula.
After the failed denuclearization, satellites have captured images of a rebuilding site in North Korea. According to authorities they said it spotted the activity at the Sohae (Tongchang-ri) launch facility. It's located in the northwestern part of North Korea.
The Trump-Kim summit ended abruptly on February 28 after the two leaders could not agree on how to scale down Pyongyang's nuclear program. Kim wanted sanctions relief for dismantling parts of its nuclear facilities. Trump wasn't willing to give it.
The satellite images were taken March 2