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    North Korea has launched 3 short-range guided missiles into the sea, South Korea's Ministr

    North Korea has launched 3 short-range guided missiles into the sea, South Korea's Ministry of Defense says.

    https://twitter.com/cnnbrk/status/335663647974121473

    so, were they aiming at the sea or is this like that rocket that was supposed to hit Hawaii or Alaska that splashed in the sea of Japan a couple of years back?
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    I'm guessing these were test launches? Wonder when we'll get more detail on this and whether Kim Jong Un is going to make a statement telling us what the deal is...
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    The South Korean Defense Ministry said North Korea fired three short-range guided missiles into waters off its east coast Saturday, raising concerns about the potential for more military provocation in the region.

    Two KN-02 missiles were fired in the morning, followed by another in the afternoon, spokesman Min-seok Kim said.

    Unlike the mid-range Musudan missiles which are believed to be capable of traveling more than 1,800 miles, within reach of Japan and South Korea, the missiles launched Saturday only have a range of 75 miles.
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