By /Hue Gey
North Korea has fired new three short-range ballistic missiles, the US military says. They were launched from a site in the North Korean province of Gangwon in Kittaeryong around 6:49 a.m. local time, according to South Korean military.
Under leader Kim Jong-Un, Pyongyang resisted the American sanctions against it, and ignored all the threats of President Trump, and continued its ambitions to develop an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) capable of reaching the US mainland – which Trump has vowed will not happen.
Today,Saturday morning,DPRK fired at least three short-range missiles according to South Korean and US military.
The missiles, flying more than 250 kilometers in the northeastern direction, were fired from a site in Kittaeryong in the eastern province of Gangwon at around 6:49 a.m. local time, according to South Korean military.
US Pacific Command said the launches of three short-range ballistic missiles were detected, adding that the first and the third missiles failed in flight and the second "appears to have blown up almost immediately."
The US military also said the launches did not pose a threat to Guam or north America.