North Korea Fires Missiles Amid US-South Korea Drills

North Korea recently fired two ballistic missiles in response to joint military drills by the US, South Korea, and Japan. The missiles, launched from Jangyon, flew different distances, with one landing near Chongjin and the other within North Korea. These launches followed the “Freedom Edge” drills aimed at enhancing joint military capabilities. North Korea condemned these exercises, viewing them as threats to its sovereignty, and showcased its readiness to counteract with missile tests. Historically, North and South Korea have experienced fluctuating relations, marked by moments of cooperation and significant tensions, particularly around the fortified DMZ.

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