North Korea has reportedly moved a second missile to a possible launch site, days after declaring it may attack U.S. targets. Meanwhile, the communist regime has told some foreign embassies there it may no longer guarantee their safety.
FOX News Radio's Alastair Wanklyn reports from Tokyo:
South Korean officials say North Korea moved two mid-range missiles by train, then put them onto mobile launch platforms near its eastern coast.
They speculate it's preparing a surprise launch.
The rockets are believed to have a range of over two and a half thousand miles. That puts them in reach of U.S. troops in Japan and South Korea, and they could hit the U.S. territory of Guam.
Meanwhile, North Korea has told some diplomats in Pyongyang, including those of the British and Russian embassies there, it will not guarantee their safety in the event of hostilities after Wednesday next week.
In Tokyo, Alastair Wanklyn, FOX News Radio.
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