North Korea fires two short-range missiles over weekend, officials

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – North Korea fired two short-range missiles over the weekend, said two US officials on Tuesday, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss the intelligence.

The launches, which were first reported by the Washington Post, came after North Korea declined to engage with repeated behind-the-scenes US diplomatic overtures by President Joe Biden’s administration.

The Pentagon declined comment.

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