The U.S. military detected a failed North Korean test launch of an intermediate ballistic missile, the Pentagon said on Saturday.
The test-firing was the latest in a series conducted by North Korea in violation of United Nations resolutions, drawing a fresh U.S. vow to take its concerns to the world body and seek to hold North Korea “accountable for these actions.”
Pyongyang's test launch of an intermediate ballistic missile failed, but U.S. concerns about North Korea are growing.
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The United States Strategic Command has confirmed to news persons that North Korea, on Saturday, unsuccessfully tested a ballistic missile system near the northwestern city of Kusong. According to military officials, the test did no...
The United States military detected a failed ballistic missile test launch in North Korea near the northwestern city of Kusong, the Pentagon said on Saturday. Even though the United Nations prohibits North Korea from using any balli...