Date: Wednesday, 07-August-2019, 8:52 AM | Message # 1
BBC News Published on Aug 6, 2019
North Korea has fired two unidentified missiles, its fourth such launch in less than two weeks, South Korea's military has said. They were fired from South Hwanghae province across the peninsula into the sea to the east, a statement said. The North again expressed anger at US-South Korean military drills that began on Monday. It says they violate agreements reached with US President Donald Trump and South Korea's President Moon Jae-in. While the main drills will start on 11 August, low-key preparation has begun.