South Korea condemns North Korea's missile launch

By REUTERS
September 15, 2017 05:13
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South Korea's foreign ministry on Friday strongly condemned North Korea's missile launch earlier in the day, calling it a serious act of defiance that threatens international peace and security.

The ministry said in a statement that South Korea is fully prepared to respond against any North Korean threat and that it would boost its response ability against Pyongyang's provocations. It did not provide further details.

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