Information related to the North Korean missile program
Missile range is sensitive to payload changes, which may explain why presumed Hwasong-12 flew 800 km farther than before
Hyunmoo-2 missile crashed into military golf course less than half mile from civilian houses, ROK military official says
UN body unable to sanction DPRK after previous tests this year, may have ‘no effect’ after latest launch, expert says
Training exercise also features US fighters flying alongside ROK jets in show of force against DPRK, Seoul says
NK Pro timeline charts the key events from September 1 - September 30
An analytical look at the main developments from September 1, 2022 to September 30, 2022
Kim Jong Un may be gauging reactions from Beijing and Moscow before moving forward with first nuke test since 2017
Mid-range ballistic missile Pyongyang’s first to fly over Japanese territory since 2017
Recent activity outside Pyongyang venue closely matches preparations for last year’s missile exhibition in same spot
Missile launches mark the DPRK’s fourth testing event in the past week
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