‘Emboldened’ North Korea confirms it launched a new type of missile | The World

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North Korea has confirmed the country has successfully tested a new submarine-launched ballistic missile. The UN will hold an emergency meeting later today but Seoul Correspondent Carrington Clarke says the North is becoming increasingly bolder with its tests.

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