Missile launch fears as North Korea declares no-sail zone

No-navigation zones on East and West coast suggest short, mid-range ballistic missile testing could be imminent
April 1st, 2014
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Amid growing speculation that further ballistic missile testing could be imminent, North Korea has declared a no-sail zone off its east coast, South Korea’s Defense Ministry said on Tuesday.

The warning, which came just a day after Pyongyang declared a no-navigation zone off its west coast and conducted widely condemned live-fire drills, suggests that North

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Hamish Macdonald

Hamish Macdonald is an NK News contributor and has previously worked at The Korea Herald and for the Australia Centre for Independent Journalism in Sydney.

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