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North Korean leader Kim oversaw testing of multiple rocket launchers: state media

SBS Sunday, 5 May 2019
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un supervised the firing of short-range "projectiles" towards the Sea of Japan, state media is reporting.
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Business Insider reports North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ordered an impromptu strike exercise, during which his military launched a salvo of rockets and missiles. Included in the unexpected drill was a new "tactical guided weapon" — a short-range ballistic missile that some experts are comparing to...

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