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N. Korea Fires Two Missiles After U.S. Submarine Arrives In S. Korea

North Korea fired two short-range ballistic missiles into the sea Wednesday in what appeared to be a statement of defiance as the United States deployed a nuclear-armed submarine to South Korea for the first time in decades.

The launches came as the U.S. and the U.S.-led United Nations Command worked to resolve the highly unusual situation involving a U.S. soldier who crossed into North Korea while on a tour of a border village Tuesday afternoon.

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Editor’s Note: North Korea appears to be responding to this timely arrival:

USS Kentucky Make Port Call in South Korea, First SSBN Visit in 40 Years.


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