North Korea fires 2 ballistic missiles off east coast
North Korea fired 2 short-range ballistic missiles off the east coast on Friday. The first one landed in Japan’s exclusive economic zone, according to South Korean military officials who said they were monitoring developments closely and will continue close coordination with their U.S.-based counterparts while taking “appropriate measures.”
North Korea fired two ballistic missiles off the east coast. The US Geological Survey said that one of them fell in Japan’s Exclusive Economic Zone, meaning it was most likely an incident response drill rather than a calibration or positioning test for launching more long-range weapons systems like nuclear ICBMs; but as tensions continue to rise between these two countries who knows what could happen next?