North Korea has again fired at least one unidentified projectile into the sea, the South Korean military reported on Tuesday to Yonhap news agency. No further details have been disclosed.


UN resolutions prohibit North Korea’s self-proclaimed nuclear power from testing ballistic missiles, but the country pays little attention to this.

North Korea is subject to severe international sanctions because of its nuclear weapons program.

South Korean President Moon Jae-in called the country’s test of two short-range ballistic missiles a “provocation” in mid-September.

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