People watch a TV news programme reporting North Korea’s firing projectiles with a file image at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul on Saturday. Associated Press
By firing two short-range ballistic missiles on Wednesday, only days after it launched two other similar missiles, North Korea is clearly testing the patience of the international community. Pyongyang should realise that it is heading in the wrong direction if its intention is to apply pressure tactics on the world community.
The latest projectiles launched by North Korea on Friday appeared to be new short-range ballistic missiles, South Korea’s government said on Friday.
North Korea carried out its third weapons test in eight days on Friday, according to the South’s military, but US President Donald Trump said he had “no problem” with the spate of launches by Pyongyang.
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