South Korea air raid sirens blare after North fires missiles
Wednesday, 2 November 2022 Air raid sirens sounded in South Korea after the North fired about a dozen missiles in its direction Wednesday, at least one of them landing near the rivals’ tense sea border. The launches came hours after North Korea threatened to use nuclear weapons to get the US and South Korea to “pay the most horrible price in history” as it has intensified its fiery rhetoric targeting the ongoing large-scale military drills between its rivals.
When a North Korean missile triggered air raid sirens on South Korea’s island of Ulleungdo on Wednesday, no one – including the deputy mayor – knew what to do. The missile eventually splashed down 167 kilometres from the island in South Korean waters, in what Seoul described as “effectively a...
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