North Korea Fires Two Short-Range Ballistic Missiles Into East Sea
The South Korean military said that the missile flew for 550 kilometers (342 miles) before splashing down into the East Sea.
SOUL - SEOUL - North Korea has fired two short-range ballistic missiles into the East Sea after an American nuclear ballistic missile submarine arrived at the Korean Peninsula, according to the South Korean military.
The South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) reported that it detected the missile launches from Sunan, in Pyongyang between 3:29 in the morning and 3:45 in the morning.
Details On The Ballistic Missile Launches:
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