North Korea launches more missiles; three land in Japanese waters

Kim Jong-un fires FOUR deadly missiles in terrifying warning to US

NORTH Korea has launched four unidentified missiles in a deadly warning to Donald Trump and the US.


North Korea has launched the missiles at the same time as South Korea and the US organise joint military exercises to prepare for conflict.  A statement from South Korea read: “We are conducting an analysis on the projectile to determine its type and flight range.  “It will take a while before we come up with a final analysis.”  The South has organised an emergency security meeting to address the issue.  South Korea’s ruling Liberty Korea Party said in a statement: “North Korea’s provocation cannot be justified under any circumstances.

“The international community will again realize that Kim Jong-un’s regime is incorrigible for staging another missile launch, even after its envoy to Malaysia was expelled after the killing of Kim Jong-nam.”  Kim Jong-un launched the missiles from its long-range missile base in Tongchang-ri, near the Chinese border.  It is believed the projectiles landed in the Sea of Japan.

Last month, the tyrannical ruler launched a short-range nuclear capable missile which landed in the sea, as Donald Trump held security talks with Japanese President Shinzo Abe.  This forced the billionaire business mogul to issue a fiery warning to the despot nation US and South Korean military forces are currently taking part in the mission “Foal Eagle” which has been condemned by the North as a “rehearsal for invasion”.  The military exercise involves ground, air and naval units in joint military drills.  A statement from North Korea read: “New types of strategic weapons will soar.”  He also said at the start of the year, the country’s ICBM was nearly ready to be launched, “anywhere, at any time”.

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North Korea launches more missiles; three land in Japanese waters

DEBKAfile March 6, 2017, 7:35 AM (IDT)


North Korea launched four missiles Monday morning, a provocative barrage that coincided both with joint US-South Korean military exercises on the southern half of the peninsula and with the opening of the annual National People’s Congress in China.

The launches follow a remarkable month in which Kim Jong Un’s regime tested a solid-fuel rocket that it says is part of an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of hitting the United States and in which the regime is accused of assassinating the leader’s half brother.