North Korea admits tests simulating striking South Korea with nuclear missiles

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    North Korea has admitted to firing nuclear missile tests that simulate striking its neighbours south of the border.

    Supreme leader Kim Jong-un has even dubbed the launches as “an obvious warning” to enemies, KCNA reports.

    The flurry of mock nuclear warheads were a response by North Korea to the South conducting large-scale navy drills with the US.

    Japan warning after North Korea 'fires two ballistic missiles' towards country

    was aimed at sending South Korea a warning message after the demonstration of large-scale navy drills by Seoul and Washington, state news agency KCNA reported on Monday.

    On Sunday morning, the secretive state fired its seventh ballistic missile launch in just a fortnight.

    According to KCNA, Kim said: “Even though the enemy continues to talk about dialogue and negotiations, we do not have anything to talk about nor do we feel the need to do so.”

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