North Korea launches a short range ballistic missile

T TV Monday 29/May/2017 12:54 PM
By: Times News Service

North Korea fires what appears to be a short-range ballistic missile, in Pyongyang's latest test defying world pressure and threats of more sanctions.
A third missile test in three weeks for North Korea on Monday (May 29) morning.
Kim Jong Un's weapons team firing what appears to be a short-range ballistic rocket into the sea off its.
South Korea says the missile flew around 280 miles - the latest in a series of long and short-range tests defying global pressure and threats of more sanctions.
It comes a day after North Korean state media reported Kim had supervised the test of a new anti-aircraft system and ordered its mass production and deployment throughout the country.
North Korea has been forging ahead with developing a wide range of weapons since early 2016, working towards its ultimate goal - an ICBM capable of hitting the United States.
Pyongyang defends its nuclear and missile program, saying it's necessary to counter American aggression.
Asked on Sunday (May 28) what a military struggle with the North would look like if diplomacy failed, U.S. Defence Secretary Jim Mattis warned it would probably be the worst kind of fight in most people's lifetimes.