North Korea has fired another unidentified “projectile,” according to South Korea’s military.
The weapon was launched from a location near Sino-ri in the NW, on a trajectory toward the east. Sino-ri has been identified in the past as the site of a missile operating base
North Korea and the United States are currently deadlocked in diplomacy meant to rid the North of its nuclear arsenal.
The launch came hours after the North through its state media described its earlier firing of rocket artillery and an apparent short-range ballistic missile on Saturday as a regular and defensive military exercise, and ridiculed South Korea for criticising the launches.
More to come.
more recommended stories
France asks for forgiveness after Rwanda genocide
French President Emmanuel Macron, in a.
United Nations to launch Gaza aid appeal as Israel-Hamas ceasefire holds
A ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.
Thailand to tighten border controls after detecting South African COVID-19 variant
Thai border controls will tighten after.
Israeli security violets cease fire; as Israeli–Palestinian conflict escalates
The prospect of peace in the.
Nigerian army chief dies in air force plane crash
Nigeria’s army chief, Lieutenant General Ibrahim.
Israel and Hamas agree to ceasefire after 11 days of violence
Sakher Abou El Oun with Ben.