South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said the projectiles launched from the North's eastern coast flew about 143 miles before landing in waters between the Korean Peninsula and Japan.
By Kim Tong-Hyung, Associated Press
North Korea launched two short-range ballistic missiles Tuesday, marking its second such launch within a week. The action comes as talks between the U.S. and North Korea are at a standstill, with no visible progress since a June promise to…
The threat from North Korea has the U.S. reassessing its missile defense system and has prompted moves in Congress to boost missile defense funding. But does the current system really work? We got perspectives from two experts.
By Larisa Epatko
We asked several analysts about whether the U.S. should draw a “red line” for North Korea and what its latest missile test means.
By Larisa Epatko
In the our news wrap Friday, North Korea launched a second intercontinental ballistic missile that flew higher and farther than its first attempt, which came earlier this month. South Korea said it will work to deploy more U.S. anti-missile systems.
In a public statement Thursday, North Korea announced the successful testing of several missiles this week and promised to continue launching missiles as "our legal right." Three policy experts discuss what is driving North Korea's defiant actions.
The U.N. Security Council on Wednesday considered whether to impose sanctions on North Korea for test-firing at least seven missiles, including a long-range one that malfunctioned. U.S. envoy Christopher Hill outlines the American response to the test.
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