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N. Korea Test-Fires Another Short-Range Missile

N. Korea Test-Fires Another Short-Range Missile

North Korea on Sunday test-fired a short-range missile off its east coast, its fourth in two days, a Seoul official said.

The guided missile was fired into the East Sea (Sea of Japan) on Sunday afternoon, a defence ministry spokesman told AFP without elaborating.

On Saturday the communist state fired three short-range missiles off the east coast, apparently as part of a military drill, at a time when cross-border tensions remain high.

The South and US forces had earlier been on heightened alert for any test of medium-range Musudan missiles by the North, which for weeks made threats of nuclear or conventional attacks on Seoul and Washington.

The South condemned Saturday’s launches, even though they only involved short-range missiles.

They pose threats to the region and should be “stopped immediately”, said the Seoul ministry that handles cross-border affairs on Sunday.

The US State Department Saturday urged the North to exercise restraint, without specifically commenting on the launches.

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