North Korea has fired two short-ranged ballistic missiles ahead of US Vice President Kamala Harris’ visit to South Korea, on September 28. The news was confirmed by South Korea’s military and Japanese officials. According to South Korean military, the missiles were fired from the Sunan area in Pyongyang. Reportedly, the missiles flew “around 360 kms at the speed of Mach 6, at an altitude of 30 kms”.
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North Korea has fired a projectile towards the Sea of Japan. This is the second missile launch in three days. This comes amid speculations that North Korea could conduct a nuclear test this month. Satellite imagery suggests that Pyongyang could be resuming nuclear testing. The US State Department also warned that a nuclear test could take place this month. Joe Biden is expected to raise this issue later this month.
Ahead of US President-elect Joe Biden's installation, North Korea has revealed an unparalleled submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM). The state media displayed four large black-and-white missiles touted as "the world's most powerful weapon.” In a gigantic military parade, the country's leader Kim Jong-Un oversaw the display of the country's latest arsenal. The armoury revelation, highlighting North Korea's improving military prowess,… read-more
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