As reported by South Korean military, the DPRK launched a reactive projectile of uncertain origin near the western coast. According to preliminary data, the projectile could be a ballistic missile.
Spokesman for the U.S. Pacific Command David Benham said that the missile launched from North Korea on Sunday night was not intercontinental, and exploded in the air almost immediately after the launch.
The head of the Federation Council Committee on Defense and Security Viktor Ozerov commented on the statement of White House spokesman Sean Spicer that the United States could strike on Syria again in case of a new chemical attack.
As reported by NBC News, the United States fired cruise missiles at the base of the government troops in Syria.
Priest Vsevolod Chaplin, who previously headed the Synodal Department of the Russian Orthodox Church for the Interaction of the Church and Society, called for assassinations of emigrants, who moved to Western countries, by missile strikes.
China deployed new road-mobile intercontinental ballistic missiles Dongfeng-41 (DF-41) in Heilongjiang province which borders Russia.
First JASSM extended range missiles arrived at the air base Krzesiny in Poznan (Poland) from the USA.
The command of the Syrian army said that Israel struck at the military airport near Damascus.
According to Israeli media, EROS B satellite found Russian ballistic missiles 9K720 Iskander in the territory of the Syrian Air Force base in Latakia.
Israeli state company Rafael held a demonstration test of a new Spyke SR anti-tank missiles in the presence of delegations from 15 countries, including Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Poland, and Spain.