Yemeni TV station shows launch of missile, says aimed at Saudi King Khaled airport
05 November 2017 | 5:00 pm
Yemeni TV station shows launch of missile, says aimed at Saudi King Khaled airport.
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South Korea's ministry of defence releases footage of a successful a submarine ballistic missile launch, making the country the seventh in the world with the advanced technology and raising the prospect of a regional arms race. The test, supervised by President Moon Jae-in, comes hours after nuclear-armed North Korea fired two ballistic missiles into the sea, according to the South's military, and as China's foreign minister visited Seoul.
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