North Korea fires ‘presumed ICBM’ — South Korea, Japan – DW – 11/18/2022

A suspected intercontinental ballistic missile fired by North Korea is “currently flying” and may fall into Japan’s economic waters, Tokyo’s defense ministry said on Friday.

“North Korea launched an ICBM-class ballistic missile from near the western coast of the Korean Peninsula at around 10:14 am (1.14 am GMT) today. Details are being analysed, but the fired ballistic missile is currently flying and may fall into the Sea of Japan within Japan’s exclusive economic zone,” the defense ministry said in a statement.

Earlier, South Korea’s military said on Friday the North Korea had fired ‘a presumed’ Intercontinental ballistic missile,

The launch on Friday comes a day after North Korea started testing ballistic missiles. Pyongyang has warned it will carry out further such actions,…

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