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North Korea launched two short-range missiles

The DPRK launched two short-range missiles from the east coast of the Korean Peninsula, Yonhap reported, citing the South Korean Ministry of Defense. According to the agency, we are talking about Scud-C missiles, which are in service with the Korean People’s Army. Their range is 500-600 kilometers, ITAR-TASS reports. This allows them to be used to defeat targets in South Korea and in parts of Japan.

Earlier, on February 27, the North Korean military launched four short-range ballistic missiles. All rockets had a range of no more than 200 kilometers and were launched from the southeast coast of the DPRK. It is assumed that this is related to the large-scale exercises of the South Korean and American armed forces now being held in South Korea, which Pyongyang calls the development of the invasion of North Korea.
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  1. rasputin17
    rasputin17 3 March 2014 13: 00
    And why is there such a boom to inflate! ???))) Well, the guys launched a couple of missiles to test their missile forces as training and maintaining combat readiness !! And what is it really impossible ?? Or is it possible only to the Americans who are practicing to capture the entire Korean Peninsula near Pyongyang !!
  2. kelevra
    kelevra 3 March 2014 22: 18
    So what's next? Let them launch, they have the right, a great strategy, the country has checked its missile defense system! All the hysteria is pumped by the United States and its unbalanced employees.
  3. techmesh
    techmesh 3 March 2014 22: 35
    Hopefully launched towards the USA. Let them practice.