Japanese Coast Guard Intercepts North Korean Ballistic Missile After 7 Minutes of Flight

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Japanese Coast Guard Intercepts North Korean Ballistic Missile After 7 Minutes of Flight

A ballistic missile from North Korea fell after 7 minutes of flight, according to the Japanese Coast Guard.

The Japanese Coast Guard claimed that North Korea launched another ballistic missile, which, however, crashed after 7 minutes of flight.

According to the Japanese Coast Guard’s claim, North Korea likely fired a ballistic missile towards the east coast of Japan, which, however, crashed.

According to the report by the Japanese TV network Anachki, this missile crashed outside the Tokyo Special Economic Zone after seven minutes.

This is the fourth time North Korea has launched a ballistic missile this year. On April 2, Pyongyang last fired a ballistic missile. During that period, the North Korean Central News Agency reported a successful test of the Hwasong-16 supersonic intermediate-range missile.

South Korea’s military also claimed that North Korea fired several ballistic missiles towards the east coast of the country today.


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