Report: North Korea test-fires 2 long-range missiles

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July 4, 2009 05:23

 
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North Korea reportedly test fired two Scud-type missiles off its eastern coast on Saturday morning, according to a report from South Korean official news agency Yonhap. The report quoted a South Korean government official as saying that the ground-to-ground missiles were "estimated to have a range of 400-500km." The official evaluated that the missiles were more dangerous than previous missiles fired as they cover a longer range.

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