Russia Has Created an Invisible Ballistic Missile; North Korea Fired Rockets; Terrorist Attacks in Syria

PANAGYURISHTE, (BM) – Your briefly report on November 29 in last twelve hours from

Russian official says it is impossible to intercept Yars missile with existing systems

Russia’s Yars intercontinental ballistic missiles of the 5th generation cannot be intercepted by existing missiles defense systems, Commander of the Russian Strategic Missile Forces Sergey Karakaev told the Krasnaya Zvezda (Red Star) newspaper.

“This missile embodies the latest achievements in science and technology. It will suffice to say that it uses new technical solutions that allow not just to significantly complicate, but also make it physically impossible to intercept this missile with any missile defense system,” Karakaev said.

He added that the Yars missile system supersedes the Topol system on several parameters. “The constructive features of Yars allow to launch these missiles even from platforms, on which Topol could operate only after special engineering works,” he noted. Karakev said that this allows to use more territories for military patroling and launch missiles from any place.

The RS-24 Yars is a Russian strategic missile system comprising a mobile or silo-based solid-propellant intercontinental ballistic missile with MIRVed (multiple independently targetable vehicle) warheads. the ICBM was developed by the Moscow Institute of Thermal Technology under the supervision of Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences Yury Solomonov. The Yars is a modification of the Topol-M missile system.

North Korea test fires rockets in Thanksgiving reminder of year-end deadline for U.S.

Breaking a month-long lull in missile tests, North Korea fired two short range projectiles into the sea off its east coast on Thursday in what appeared to be the latest try out of its new multiple rocket launchers, South Korea’s military said.

The test-firing came as the clock ticks down on the year-end deadline that Pyongyang had given the United States to show flexibility in their stalled denuclearisation talks.

It also coincided with the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday, and took place one day before the second anniversary of the North’s test of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) capable of hitting the U.S. mainland.

South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said the North fired the two projectiles into the sea from launchers in the eastern coastal town of Yonpo at around 5 p.m. (0800 GMT).

The rockets travelled up to 380 km (236 miles) and reached an altitude of 97 km (60 miles), the JCS said.

At least 7 wounded in terrorist attacks in North Syria

At least seven people were wounded in separate car bomb attacks in northern Syria on Thursday, Anadolu Agency reports.

According to Anadolu Agency correspondent on the ground, the attacks targeted the district centers of al-Bab and Afrin, injuring five people.

The security forces suspect the attacks were carried out by militant groups YPG and PKK.

The group allegedly carried out mortar attacks on Inab village of Afrin. Two civilians sustained injuries due to attacks.

Some 250,000 Arabs from Tel Rifaat have sought shelter in Azaz camps, bordering Turkey.

Turkey considers the YPG and the PKK to be terrorist organisations.

Read more: Russia Helps Syria Cover up Chemical Weapons; Iraqi Forces Kill Dozens; Germany to Outlaw All of Hezbollah

Read more: Joint Naval Drills of Russia, Iran and China; A Tension in Iraq; Turkey Accuses Russia for War in Syria

Read more: Russian Bombers Over Sea of Japan; Israel Has Lost a Military Helicopter; NATO Cannot Protect Europe

Follow us everywhere and at any time. has responsive design and you can open the page from any computer, mobile devices or web browsers. For more up-to-date news from us, follow our YouTube, Reddit, LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook pages. Do not miss the chance to subscribe to our newsletter. Subscribe and read our stories in News360App in AppStore or GooglePlay or in FeedlyApp in AppStore or GooglePlay

>>Be a reporter: Write and send your article.<<
Editorial team
Source: TASS, Reuters, MEMO