North Korea's two projectiles this morning traveled about 230 kilometers, reaching a height of about 30 kilometers, South Korea's military says. Still analyzing the specifics, it says
South Korean military are describing the missile fired from North Korean as "unidentified projectiles". They flew 230 km in distance, altitude of 30km reached speed of Mach 6.1
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North Korea has fired two projectiles from Gangwon province toward the sea off its east coast, South Korea's military says this morning
North Korea fires two unidentified projectiles into East Sea: JCS
KCNA: "China has all sorts of methods and powerful forces enough to quickly quell every upheavalThe DPRK fully supports all measures taken by the Chinese party and government todefend its territorial integrity, political stability and socialism."
KCNA: "The party and government of China have already announced its firm stand not to remain an on-looker to the crisis in Hong Kong, after clarifying the principle thatthe issue of Hong Kongbelongs to the domestic affairs of China from A to Z."
KCNA: "The Western forces are obtrusively interfering in China's internal affair to add fuel to the reckless moves of the dishonest elements, saying this or that."
KCNA: "Demonstrations which started in Hong Kong of Chinahave continued over two months, growing extremely violentThe riotous moves of dishonest elements have become increasingly subversive as the days go by, which clearly shows who is at the bottom of the moves."
11 month ago
USAF RC-135S 61-2662 RONIN80 departed Kadena at 1557Z - Sea of Japan(East Sea) mission
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KCNA: "It is our principled stand that any county, entity and individual should not be allowed to destroy the sovereignty and security of China and 'one country and two systems' as Hong Kong is Hong Kong of China."
KCNA: "Foreign forces have become outspoken in their attempt to encroach upon theorder of the society of Hong Kong and destroy the life and properties of the citizens by interfering ininternal affair of ChinaWe express concern about this attempt and oppose and reject it."
KCNA: "We fully support the stand and measures of the Chinese party and government for defending the sovereignty, security and reunification of the country and safeguarding the prosperity and stability of Hong Kong."
11 month ago
North Korea releases new images of ballistic missiles launched last night, images show brand new ballistic missile designs, not KN-23's
: In a letter to me sent by Kim Jong Un, he stated, very nicely, that he would like to meet and start negotiations as soon as the joint U.S.South Korea joint exercise are over. It was a long letter, much of it complaining about the ridiculous and expensive exercises. It was
: ..also a small apology for testing the short range missiles, and that this testing would stop when the exercises end. I look forward to seeing Kim Jong Un in the not too distant future. A nuclear free North Korea will lead to one of the most successful countries in the world
North Korea has launched short range ballistic missiles which splashed down in the Sea of Japan(East Sea) (East Sea), US officials confirm to CNN. The missiles appear to be the same type of missiles North Korea has similarly launched in recent days
11 month ago
Launch from near Hamhung, i.e., solid propellant central
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North Korea fires unidentified projectiles into East Sea: JCS
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11 month ago
Esper: A very productive engagement with President Moon Jae-in where we discussed current security challenges on the Korean Peninsula. The strength of the US/ROK Alliance is critical to support ongoing diplomatic efforts and deter aggression
China has detained about 60 North Korean defectors and begun repatriating them back to North Korea where they could face punishment, including execution, according to South Korean sources
The @StateDept has approved a possible Foreign Military Sale to South Korea for twelve MH-60R Multi-Mission Helicopters, estimated cost of $800 million