North Korea launches “unidentified” projectile

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Seoul, South Korea — North Korea has fired at least one unidentified projectile, South Korea’s military said Thursday.
The launch took place at 4:30 p.m. in the western part of the country, and comes less than a week after North Korea test-fired several new weapons systems, the first confirmed launches of their kind since 2017.
North Korean state media reported that the launches conducted on Saturday were part of a “strike drill” to “check the operating ability of large-caliber long-range multiple rocket launchers and tactical guided weapons.”
Pyongyang described the launches as “routine and self-defensive” in nature.
But some weapons experts who analyzed the images of the launch released by North Korea say that Pyongyang may have test-fired a new, more advanced type of short-range ballistic missile the type of weapon that in theory could carry a nuclear warhead.

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