North Korea is flexing its military muscles once again. The communist country fired several short-range missiles off its east coast on May 25, 2007.
The tests are similar to the ones launched last July 2006.
Several sources suggested the tests were part of routine military exercises.
The U.S. Assistant Secretary of State is focused on getting North Korea to fulfill its promise and shut down its nuclear facilities.
A dispute over $25 million in frozen funds has stalled progress.
The U.S. remains optimistic all sides will be on track for six-party talks this August 2007.