North Korea fires missiles again

North Korea fired another ballistic missile just three days before South Korean President-elect Eun Sook-eol was sworn in. The missile was fired Saturday morning, the South Korean military said in a statement.

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The South Korean military says North Korea fired a short-range ballistic missile into the East Coast on Saturday. The missile, which was launched from the area around Sinpoor at around 11 a.m. Bangladesh time, is believed to be a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM).

Authorities in the North Korean coastal town of Sinpo, on the shores of the Sea of ​​Japan, are stockpiling military equipment for submarines as well as SLBM tests, Reuters reports.

On the other hand, Japan has also identified the issue of North Korea’s missile test. Japan’s Defense Ministry said in a statement on Twitter on Saturday that the launch device could be a ballistic missile.

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