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North Korea fired multiple unidentified projectiles early on Wednesday, the South Korean military’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said.(Bloomberg Photo)

North Korea fires multiple projectiles, says South Korean military

Reuters | By Reuters
UPDATED ON JUL 31, 2019 12:03 PM IST
The latest launches were from the Hodo peninsula on North Korea’s east coast, the same area from where last week’s were conducted, the JCS said in a statement. It said it was monitoring the situation in case of additional launches and maintaining a readiness posture.
Kim Jong-un(HT Photo)
Kim Jong-un(HT Photo)

North Korea fires ‘short range’ projectile: US official

Washington | By Agence France-Presse
UPDATED ON JUL 25, 2019 03:56 AM IST
The firing comes ahead of US-South Korean military exercises next month that North Korea has warned could affect the planned resumption of denuclearization talks between Washington and Pyongyang.
The area where Thursday’s projectile was launched is believed to be the site of a medium-range Rodong missile base on North Korea’s west coast, a Washington-based think tank, the Center for Stratetic International Studies, says.(AP FILE)
The area where Thursday’s projectile was launched is believed to be the site of a medium-range Rodong missile base on North Korea’s west coast, a Washington-based think tank, the Center for Stratetic International Studies, says.(AP FILE)

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Seoul | By Reuters
UPDATED ON MAY 10, 2019 08:26 AM IST
The projectile was fired at about 4:30 pm (0730 GMT) from the northwest location of Sino-ri, towards the east, the South’s Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement. It did not immediately release further details.
Donald Trump had complained that Google’s business activities in China were “helping China and their military.”(AP)
Donald Trump had complained that Google’s business activities in China were “helping China and their military.”(AP)

Donald Trump says Google CEO Sundar Pichai committed to US, not Chinese military

Washington | By Agence France-Presse
UPDATED ON MAR 28, 2019 10:26 AM IST
Google’s strained relationship with the military began last year. The company inked a deal in late 2017 to provide artificial intelligence and cloud software for Project Maven, a Defense Department program to analyze drone footage.
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