Published: Mon, May 29, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Lena Vasquez

Unidentified object flies over North Korean border

Unidentified object flies over North Korean border

The South Korean military did not say if the unidentified object was hit by the warning shots yesterday, but the object disappeared from military radar.

On Tuesday the defence ministry said troops had opened fire when an unidentified flying object entered the country's airspace across the tense border with North Korea, with a military official saying it appeared to be a drone.

According to the source, the North Korean propaganda specialist said that because of the "success" of the Hwasong-12, "China is now completely trapped by our network of missiles".

Ambassador Liu Jieyi told reporters after a closed-door emergency session on the DPRK following Sunday's missile launch, that China and the United States are discussing possible new sanctions.

US Democrats are warning Republican President Donald Trump not to launch an attack against North Korea.

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United States Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley delivers remarks at a Security Council meeting in April. The missile flew 787 km (489 miles) on a trajectory reaching an altitude of 2,111.5 km (1,312 miles), KCNA said.

That test came a week after North Korea tested what it said was a new type of rocket capable of carrying a large nuclear warhead.

The official added, "North Korea sends propaganda balloons based on weather conditions to the South".

The South Korean military was initially unable to determine what the objects were because of heavy cloud cover and rainfall.

The missile was launched in Pukchang, which is just northeast of the capital, Pyongyang, and was said to have flown for 310 miles before landing somewhere on North Korea's east coast.

KCNA said Kim was able to view the Earth from a camera mounted on the missile.North Korea has in recent years touted its drone program, a relatively new addition to its arsenal.

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Grande, who was not injured, tweeted hours later: "broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words". The attack , happening at the end of an Ariana Grande concert, left 59 people injured and more than twenty others dead.

Data released yesterday showed China's imports from North Korea fell last month to a near three-year low as Beijing faces calls to put more economic pressure on its ally.

According to Australian foreign minister Julie Bishop, if North Korea was recognised as a nuclear weapons state, "then Japan and [South] Korea would have little option than to develop their own nuclear weapons capability".

The chairmen of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in South Korea, the US, and Japan held an urgent video conference on Tuesday after back-to-back missile tests by North Korea in recent weeks.

However, imposing sanctions on Chinese enterprises may provoke a backlash from the Chinese government, leading to a situation in which China ceases to cooperate on North Korean issues.

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