(CNN) -- U.S. intelligence officials have seen missile and launch components move to North Korea's east coast in the "last few days," a U.S. official with direct knowledge of the information tells CNN. The official said the movements are consistent with that of a Musadan missile. Such a missile has a 2,500 mile range and can threaten South Korea, Japan and southeast Asia. The official said it is believed that if a missile is launched in this case, it would be a "test" rather than a targeted strike.
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