North Korea test-fired 3 short-range ballistic missiles Thursday, not 2 as previously reported: U.S. officials. Missile experts believe new, mobile ballistic missile is based off Russian design. Kim Jong Un met Putin in Russia 2 weeks ago.
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North Korean TV reports on yesterday's missile launch, but doesn't utilize top-anchor Ri Chun Hee as it did at the weekend.
Foreign ministry cites Biegun saying door remains open for North Korea's return to nuclear talks
Pentagon confirms North Korea launched 'multiple ballistic missiles' from NW North Korea into Sea of Japan(East Sea) 'in excess' of 186 miles: statement
South Korea, U.S. to hold 'working-group' meeting on North Korea projectiles, food aid
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North Korea released images of today's missile testing.
KCNA: "Noting that the genuine peace and security of the country are guaranteed only by the strong physical force capable of defending its sovereignty, he stressed that the People's Army should reliably defend the socialist country."
KCNA: "Expressing satisfaction with the deployment and strike assault, Kim Jong Un said that some days ago, the defence units on the eastern front perfectly carried out their strike task and today's drill showed the full preparations of the defence units on the western front."
KCNA: "Kim Jong Unguided the strike drill of defence units of the Korean People's Army (KPA) in the forefront area and on the western front on Thursday."
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Ship was seized after FBI agents and federal prosecutors in NY uncovered a scheme to illicitly ship North Korean coal by the Korea Songi Shipping Co. Vessel was used to export coal and import heavy machinery to Pyongyang. Financing unwittingly arranged by a US bank
NBC News: Federal prosecutors and the FBI in New York have announced the seizure of North Korean vessel "Wise Honest" for transporting coal from North Korea in exchange for cash, a violation of U.S. and international sanctions, court documents show.
"Nobody's happy about it," says @POTUS answering question about what he calls DPRK "short-range missiles."
"I don't think they're ready to negotiate," adds @POTUS of DPRK.
Amb. Bill Richardson tells @BillHemmer: "Putin is clearly helping Kim Jong Un."
KCNA: "The U.S. has to clearly understand that the use of force will bring it nothing, let alone browbeat the DPRK."
KCNA: "If the U.S. truly wishes for peace on the peninsula, it should not resort to the moves of stifling the DPRK by dint of strength but stop all acts of hostility against the DPRK as the former committed itself to abolish the relations of animosity and write a new history."
KCNA: "In the face of a flurry of censure from a broad spectrum of people against the drill, the U.S. is making lame excuses but it is just a thinly-veiled trick to spare denunciation as the harasser of peace by all the Koreans and the world peace-loving people."
KCNA: "The U.S. forces in south Korea staged THAAD deployment drill in Phyongthaek BaseThe deployment drill is apparently an extension of the U.S. policy of sanctions to stifle the DPRK, a military provocation to chill the hard-won atmosphere of peace on the Korean peninsula."
wheels down at JBA for meetings on Iran, North Korea after cancelling visit to Greenland.
South Korea says missile fired on Thursday were from Kusong instead of Shinori as early reported. Both in Dprk North Pyongan province but not same place.
Moon indicates that South Korea seeks to send rice to North Korea as humanitarian aid
Parties offer mixed views on South Korean response to North Korean projectile launches
Moon says South Korea, U.S. believe North Korea's missile fired Thursday flew relatively long distance
Air Force officials say timing of American and North Korean missile tests this morning a coincidence.
(News Focus) North Korea projectile launch signals it wants more than food aid
Cheong Wa Dae 'very concerned' about North Korea's rocket fire
South Korea says Pyongyang has fired what are believed to be 2 short-range missiles
South Korean joint chief of staff estimates two missiles fired - one travelled 420 km and the other 270 km
North Korea has launched "unidentified" projectile at 3.30aET Thursday, according to South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Cheong Wa Dae monitoring situation on North Korea's projectile fire
Japan's defence ministry so far has no comment, says they are 'gathering the facts' on the launch
North Korea has launched unidentified projectiles, South Korea says
North Korea fires off unidentified projectiles