North Korea says it successfully tested ‘RAILWAY-borne missile’ in latest launch – state media 

North Korea’s armed forces tested out a new “railway-borne missile system,” which traveled some 800 kilometers (497 miles) before hitting a target off the country’s east coast, state media reported.

“The railway-borne missile system serves as an efficient counter-strike means capable of dealing a harsh multi-concurrent blow to the threat-posing forces,” said Marshal Pak Jong Chon, who also serves as a member of the Presidium of the Politburo of the ruling Workers’ Party of Korea and oversaw Wednesday’s missile launch test, according to KCNA.

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