SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff says North Korea has fired an unidentified short-range missile from its eastern coast.
The firing Saturday comes amid a diplomatic breakdown that has followed the failed summit earlier this year between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un over the North’s pursuit of a nuclear arsenal that can target the U.S. mainland.READ MORE: Elk River Teacher's Discussion On Police Violence And Unrest Angers Some Parents
The Joint Chiefs of Staff says the North’s missile was fired from Wonsan on the east coast.READ MORE: 'Unbelievable' Pandemic Furniture Demand Causing Extreme Delivery Delays
It says South Korean and U.S. authorities are analyzing the details of the launch.MORE NEWS: Unnecessary Roughness? Former Gophers Claim Tough Practices Ended Football Careers
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