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Missiles often is covered by Right and Left Media sources.
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Fighter Jets · Washington

U.S., Japan say their fighter jets staged joint flight after N.Korea missile launches

46% Right coverage: 26 sources
The Japan-U.S. joint flight on Wednesday involved eight warplanes based in Japan. The flight was meant to confirm the combined capabilities of the two militaries. It occurred hours after North Korea fired three missiles toward the sea between the Korean Peninsula and Japan. Chinese and Russian strategic bombers conducted joint flights near Japan on Tuesday.See the Story
UN Security Council · New York

US to vote on new UN sanctions for North Korea on Thursday

45% Center coverage: 22 sources
The U.S. has been working on the draft Security Council resolution for several months. The measure faces opposition from North Korea's neighbors China and Russia. The resolution would reduce exports of crude oil to North Korea from 4 million barrels a year to 3 million barrels. It would also ban the North from exporting mineral fuels, mineral oils and mineral waxes.See the Story
Asia · Beijing

China reiterates opposition to new UN sanctions before vote

44% Left coverage: 16 sources
China's U.N. Ambassador Zhang Jun calls instead for the United States to take “meaningful, practical actions” He would not say whether China would abstain or veto the resolution when the Security Council votes on Thursday. The resolution would reduce exports of crude oil to North Korea from 4 million barrels a year to 3 million barrels.See the Story
Missiles · Ukraine

Israel rejects U.S. request to approve missile transfer to Ukraine

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Israel turned down a U.S. request to allow Berlin to supply Ukraine with anti-tank missiles produced in Germany with Israeli technology under an Israeli license. Israel has adjusted its policy toward Moscow and gradually taken a more pro-Ukraine position than it did when Russia began its invasion. But it has so far not supplied advanced weaponry to Ukraine.See the Story
Asia

Analysis: As N.Korea gears up for potential nuclear test, missiles get little domestic fanfare

100% Center coverage: 4 sources
North Korea launched three missiles on Wednesday, including its largest intercontinental ballistic missile. The rare near-simultaneous launch of multiple types of missiles came amid the country's first confirmed coronavirus outbreak. The tests show the North is committed to making technical progress on its weapons programs, analysts say.See the Story
Missiles · Kyiv

After shells, missiles and bombs, we are not afraid of anything - Petrakov

The match against Scotland will play on June 1. - Ukrinform.See the Story
Missiles · Patuxent River

Navy awards first ever multi-service contract for Tomahawk Weapons System

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
The Navy awarded a $217.1 million contract May 24 to Raytheon Missile Systems to deliver 154 Tomahawk missiles to the Navy, Marine Corps, and Army by 2025. The Full Rate Production (FRP) contract, Lot 18, marks the first multi-service procurement for Tomahawks. The contract includes procurement of missiles to support the new Marine Corps units.See the Story
Alexander Lukashenko

“Lukashenko's stunning career will end very unexpectedly”

“Lukashenko's stunning career will end very unexpectedly,” if he personally gives an order to launch missiles across Ukraine. Thus, Advisor to the Head of the Office of the President Mikhail Podolyak commented on the statement of the self-proclaimed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko on the creation ofSee the Story
Missiles

Russia says it destroyed Ukrainian military engine plant

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Video footage showed Russian troops firing high-precision missiles into the air and reportedly destroying the Motor Sich engine plant in southeastern Ukraine.See the Story

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