Kim Jong Un guided North Korea's people's army in their tactical training
when conducting the launch of a guided missile.
[Today,] June 30, North Korea's Central News Agency reported that North Korea's supreme leader Kim Jong Un guided North Korea's people's army in their tactical training when conducting the launch of a guided missile.
The report is saying the launched [missile] used scientific computing during the whole journey. On its flight trajectory as well as in the targeted waters, security checks were carried out.
On [June] 29, South Korea's defence ministry said that North Korea on that day, before dawn, had launched two guided short-range missiles from the neighbourhood of Wonsan in Kangweon [province] towards the peninsula's eastern sea area [i.e. towards the Japanese Sea].
[Source: Global Network 环球网 on June 30, 2014]
Wonsan Missile Launching Site
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Presidents of China and South Korea.
China's president Xi JinPing has arrived in South Korea for a two-day visit set to focus on North Korea.
It is the first time a Chinese leader has visited Seoul before Pyongyang, and comes amid cooler China - North Korea ties.
China is North Korea's biggest trading ally and the nation most able to wield influence over it.
But in recent months Beijing has appeared increasingly frustrated with its unreliable neighbour.
Last year, North Korea carried out its third nuclear test and there are reports that it could be planning a fourth.
[Source: World Breaking News , news video on July 3, 2014]