US cancels food aid to North Korea after missile launch, warns of more sanctionsMSNBC
Apr. 15, 2012
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The United States has canceled a proposed food aid deal with North Korea following over its attempt to launch a long-range rocket taking a satellite into orbit.
Senior administration officials told NBC News the deal with Pyongyang is off after the rocket was fired. It failed shortly after launch and landed in the sea off the South Korea coast.