North Korea Fires New Harder-To-Detect Cruise Missile

Images released by North Korea of the tests on Sept. 11-12.
Credit: KCNA
North Korea has claimed to have successfully fired a new locally developed cruise missile capable of reaching targets across the Korean peninsula and into Japan. According to North Korea’s Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), the unnamed cruise missile traveled for 7,580 sec. (2.1 hr.) along an oval...

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