NORTH KOREAN MISSILE TEST: OBSERVERS SCRAMBLE TO IDENTIFY MYSTERY WEAPONS THAT MAY BE MODELED ON RUSSIAN TECHNOLOGY | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

NORTH KOREAN MISSILE TEST: OBSERVERS SCRAMBLE TO IDENTIFY MYSTERY WEAPONS THAT MAY BE MODELED ON RUSSIAN TECHNOLOGY

North Korea conducted a fresh short-range missile tests on Wednesday, its second such launch in less than a week as Pyongyang tries to exert pressure on Washington and Seoul before major military exercises commence and nuclear talks resume.

Two short-range ballistic missiles of an unknown type were fired from a site close to the eastern city of Wonsan, where such tests are often conducted.

South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said the projectiles flew around 155 miles at a maximum altitude of 19 miles before landing off the country's east coast, The Associated Press reported.

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Oh yes, another excuse to demonize the Russians!

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