Submarine ballistic missile test; South Korea’s Turkey-to-Turkey response to North Korea

Just hours after North Korea’s ballistic missile test, fierce rival South Korea also successfully tested the country’s first nuclear-capable submarine ballistic missile.

According to the World News Agency, South Korea tested the first nuclear-armed submarine ballistic missile. President Moon Jae-in was also present on this historic occasion of the country. South Korea became the seventh country in the world to have this advanced technology.

On the occasion of the test of this long-range ballistic missile from the sea, President Moon Jae-in said that we now have the capability of strong resistance against North Korea’s provocations.
Also read: North Korea tests ballistic missiles despite global sanctions

On the same day, North Korea also tested two ballistic missiles in defiance of UN sanctions, which was strongly protested by South Korea, but soon after, it also tested the missile itself.

Read also: North and South Korea agree to denuclearize the region

This is the first time that fierce rivals North Korea and South Korea have tested ballistic missiles on the same day. This shows that the race to overtake each other in the development of nuclear weapons in the region has begun.

Read this news: Sudden meeting between the leaders of South Korea and North Korea

Former US President Donald Trump himself met with the leaders of North and South Korea and later played a key role in the historic meeting between the two rivals, but these meetings and efforts proved fruitless.


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A girl who accidentally killed a toothbrush with rat poison died

MUMBAI: An 18-year-old girl has died in India after being bitten by a rat.

According to foreign media, an 18-year-old girl in the Indian city of Mumbai accidentally cleaned her teeth with rat poison instead of toothpaste, after which she died three days later.

The girl went to the bathroom early in the morning to clean her teeth, where she had put rat poison along with toothpaste. The girl cleaned her teeth with rat poison and later found out that she had used rat poison instead of toothpaste.
The girl did not tell her parents about it to avoid being scolded. That evening the girl started having abdominal pain and her family took her to the hospital. Doctors said after examination that the girl had taken poison. The girl accidentally told her parents about cleaning teeth with rat poison.

Doctors continued to treat the girl, but she died in three days.