North Korean fires suspected ICBM — reports – DW – 11/18/2022

North Korea launched an alleged intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on Friday, Seoul’s military said and confirmed by Tokyo.

The missile was most likely to have landed in the water about 210 kilometres (130 miles) west of Hokkaido, according to the Japan Coast Guard.

According to Japan’s defense minister Yasukazu Hamada, the missile had sufficient range to reach the United States mainland.

This is the hermit country’s second missile launch in as many days.

Seoul’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said it had “detected a presumed long-range ballistic missile around 10:15 am (1:15 am GMT) fired from the Sunan area in Pyongyang towards the East Sea.” This was a reference to the Sea of Japan.

According to the presidential office, the National Security Council of South Korea convened on…

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