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North Korea Launches 2 Suspected Short-Range Missiles In A New Test

The apparent missiles were launched from the northwest, far from the border that divides the Korean Peninsula.

North Korea launched two projectiles Thursday that are believed to have been short-range missiles, according to South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff, in what would be the second test of such missiles in the past

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