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North Korea fired two “unidentified projectiles” Saturday into the sea. (Representative Image)(AFP)

South Korea says North Korea fired projectiles twice into the sea

By Associated Press | Seoul
UPDATED ON AUG 10, 2019 05:09 AM IST
Its fifth round of weapons launches in less three weeks was likely another protest at the slow pace of nuclear negotiations with the United States and continuance of U.S.-South Korea joint military exercises the North says are aimed at a northward invasion.
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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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By Reuters | Seoul
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.
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A pair of J-20 stealth fighter jets fly at the China's International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, China's Guangdong province.(AP Photo)
A pair of J-20 stealth fighter jets fly at the China's International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, China's Guangdong province.(AP Photo)

South Korea complains of intrusion by Chinese military aircraft, says third incident in the year

By Reuters | Reuters, Seoul
UPDATED ON JUL 27, 2018 06:14 PM IST
The Chinese aircraft spent more than four hours flying near a submerged rock in the area controlled by Seoul but claimed by Beijing, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said in a statement.
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