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North Korea fires three ballistic missiles, South Korea says

North Korea fired three ballistic missiles towards the Sea of Japan on Monday, the South Korean defence ministry said.

US: North Korea launched two ballistic missiles; one failed

North Korea fired two ballistic missiles on Wednesday, one of which exploded immediately after launch, the United States Strategic Command said, according to reports.

North Korea fires 3 ballistic missiles, says South Korea military

North Korea launched three ballistic missiles early Tuesday in Pyongyang's latest defiance of United Nations resolutions against the communist regime's use of such military technology, the South Korean news agency Yonhap reported, citing the South Korean military.

North Korea announces new engine for ballistic missiles

North Korea has carried out successful ground tests of a new engine for its intercontinental ballistic missiles, improving the range of its nuclear deterrent, the regime said Saturday.

Report: North Korea launches missiles into sea

North Korea launched five short-range missiles into the sea off the east of the peninsula on Monday, a news report said, amid protests from Pyongyang over ongoing US-South Korean military drills.

North Korea launches at least one ballistic missile

North Korea fired at least one ballistic missile on Friday, amid protests from Pyongyang against annual military drills by US and South Korean forces, military officials in Seoul said.

Iran brushes off new US sanctions as "propaganda" as IAEA head visits

New sanctions imposed on Iran's ballistic missile programme by the United States are mere "propaganda," Foreign Ministry spokesman Jaber Ansari said Monday in Tehran.

Croatia doesn't have negative comments on Serbia's possible procurement of arms

Outgoing Croatian Defence Minister Ante Kotromanovic has said Croatia does not have negative comments on Serbia's announcements of possible procurement of Russian long range surface-to-air missile systems S-300.

Serbian Army Chief of Staff doesn't see Croatia's armament plans as threat

Dikovic said that Serbia must develop systems by which it can carry out an attack on territories of other countries which could potentially threaten Serbia's security.

Serbia will not allow to be humiliated if Croatia procures arms, says minister

"Let them do it, but when you decide to procure ballistic missiles with a 300 kilometre range, this is not something you do for peace in the region. Who is building peace with Ballistic missiles?" Stefanovic wondered.

Croatian defence minister respond to Serbian foreign ministry

"I remind you that Croatia is a member of the European Union and NATO which both advocate permanent peace. Our duty is to lead our country and equip our army the best we can, same as you," Kotromanovic said.

Serbian ministry condemns Croatian minister's statement

"Serbia is neither scared nor frightened and we hope Croatia won't be either once Serbia takes appropriate protection and defence measures," the statement said.

Kotromanovic tells Vucic not to be nervous

"We want peace, this is not armament, a competition or a threat. This is simply a NATO objective and we want to see it through the end. Nothing more," Kotromanovic said.