North Korea fires more short-range missiles

People watch a TV news program showing the missile launch conducted by North Korea, at Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Sunday, June 29, 2014. Photo - AP
North Korea has fired two missiles off its eastern coast, according to the South Korean military. It comes just days after Pyongyang tested what it says were new precision-guided missiles.
The Japanese and South Korean news agencies are reporting the launch early Sunday, but have given no details.
The reported launch comes two days after the North says it tested what it says were "cutting-edge ultra-precision tactical guided missiles."
North Korea frequently uses missile tests as a reaction to criticism or military exercises from South Korea or the United States.
Source –  Agencies

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