North Korea raises tensions with two missile launches

05/27/2009 | Defense News

One day after detonating an underground nuclear device, North Korea reportedly has fired two short-range missiles. According to intelligence sources in South Korea, the North launched one surface-to-air missile and one surface-to-ship missile, each with a range of about 80 miles. North Korea said the tests would "contribute to defending the sovereignty of the country and the nation and socialism, and ensuring peace and security on the Korean peninsula and the region."

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