NORTH Korea fires TWO unidentified projectiles off of the east coast in what South Korea called a 'show of force', as the South calls for 'dialogue'.
North Korea fired two short-range missiles on August 10, its fifth within two weeks, in what South Korea says could be a show of force against joint new military drills with the United States.
Two missiles flew about 400 kilometres (250 miles) at a height of about 48 kilometres (30 miles), according to the South Korean military.
South Korea's President Moon Jae-in on Wednesday called for dialogue at a groundbreaking ceremony for a rail line near the border with North Korea, hours after the North fired a suspected ballistic missile off its east coast.
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