North Korea launches a ballistic missile into the Japanese Sea.

North Korea fired an unidentified projectile into waters off its east coast on Saturday, according to the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the South Korean military.

According to South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff, the short-range missile fired by North Korea reached an altitude of around 37 miles (60 kilometers) over its 373-mile (600-kilometer) flight.
Pyongyang fired a missile three days ago, prompting concerns that it would perform a nuclear test.

North Korea has fired at least one projectile into the East Sea, according to Seoul’s Joint Chiefs of Staff.

North Korea has launched an object “likely to be a ballistic missile,” according to Japan’s coast guard, which cited information from the country’s Defense Ministry.

This was probably the nuclear-armed country’s 15th weapons test this year.

North Korea test-fired a ballistic missile on Wednesday, according to Seoul and Tokyo, however Pyongyang’s state media, which usually reports on weapons tests, remained silent.
Despite harsh international sanctions for its weapons programs, North Korea drastically increased its tests this year, refusing US offers of discussions.

The test took place just days before South Korea’s new hawkish President Yoon Suk-yeol took office on Tuesday.

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