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North Korea fires four 'ballistic missiles', some land 300 km off Japan coast

A PAC-3 surface-to-air missile launcher unit, used to engage incoming ballistic missile threats, in position at the Defence Ministry in Tokyo on March 6.


NORTH Korea on Monday fired four projectiles, said to be ballistic missiles, with some of them landing in the sea some 300 km short of Japan's coastline in the nation's exclusive economic zone, prompting renewed outbursts of concern and anger over Pyongyang's tactics.


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