North Korea Fired Two More Ballistic Missiles
The country warned of "unprecedented strong responses" if the U.S. continues to conduct drills with their Allies.
Early Monday morning, North Korea launched two ballistic missiles into waters off the East Coast of the Korean Peninsula.
Kim Jong Un’s sister, Kim Yo Jong, who is one of the country’s top officials, said the recurrence of using the Pacific Ocean as their shooting range depends on the nature of the U.S. military’s actions.
Monday’s missile tests marks the second in three days after Pyongyang launched an intercontinental ballistic missile Saturday. On Sunday, the U.S. responded to that launch by holding several separate drills with South Korea and Japan.
North Korea viewed the response as an instigation for the country to warn of “unprecedented strong responses” if the U.S. continues to conduct drills with their Allies.