North Korea seen moving intermediate range ballistic missiles
Yonhap news agency said a mobile launcher was spotted carrying up to two Musudan missiles.
SEOUL - North Korea has deployed one or two Musudan intermediate range ballistic missiles on the east coast, possibly preparing for launch around 15 April, the birthday of the country's founder, South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported on Thursday.
A mobile launcher was spotted carrying up to two Musudan missiles, Yonhap said citing multiple South Korean government sources.
The Musudan missile, with a design range of more than 3,000 km is not known to have been flight-tested, according to South Korean defence ministry and experts.