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The missiles fired by North Korea on Wednesday were a test of a new “railway-borne missile system” designed as a potential counter-strike to any forces that threaten the country, state news agency KCNA reported Thursday.

The missiles flew 800 kilometers (497 miles) before striking a target in the sea off North Korea’s east coast, KCNA said.

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