North Korea Fires Short-Range Ballistic Missiles

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On March 29, North Korea fired two KN-25 short-range ballistic missiles from Wonsan on the country’s east coast. According to South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff, the two projectiles flew 230 km, reaching a maximum altitude of 30 km before landing in the Sea of Japan. North Korean state media stated the test was conducted successfully.