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North Korea Launches 15th 'Projectile' in 2 Weeks

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by Alastair Jamieson and Stella Kim

North Korea has fired several projectiles into the sea off its east coast, South Korean officials said Monday

amid concerns that Kim Jong Un's regime is preparing to conduct another test of its nuclear weapons.

"We are confirming that North Korea has fired five short-range projectiles off its northeastern coast area

into the East Sea," a South Korean military officer said. "North Korea has launched 15 different projectiles

on four different dates since firing the long-range missile on Feb. 7."

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Think of how much damage that has been done to the sea life with this "testing". Sad how man just doesn't care and he may go further and hurt people with them soon. I wonder if he might have a mental disability because he does things that constantly causes his own people harm.

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