North Korea Test Fires New SLBM

SEOUL, BEIJING—The weapon, Pukguksong 3, was different from the first North Korean SLBM, Pukguksong 1, which first flew in August 2016. The Oct. 2 flight achieved an altitude of 910 km and a range of 450 km, according to the South Korean defense ministry. The high trajectory was presumably chosen to...

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