North Korean leader's sister warns against increased presence of US strategic assets in region

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's sister, Kim Yo Jong, said on Monday whether to use the Pacific Ocean as its "shooting range" depends on the United States, after firing what appears to be yet another ballistic missile off its east coast.

In a statement carried out by the state media KCNA, Kim said Pyongyang was carefully examining the impact of the increase US strategic assets' presence in the region.


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