North Korea Fires Missile from Pyongyang

Latest reports indicate that North Korea has fired yet another missile over the waters off the eastern coast of Peninsula.

On Tuesday 29, South Korea military confirmed of the projectile missile that flew over Japan.

The “unidentified” rocket was launched from Pyongyang, the country’s capital, at about 5:57 a.m., Seoul’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said.

The provocation comes a few days after North Korea launched at least three ballistic missiles on Saturday, from the vicinity of Gitdaeryong in Kangwon province, a region that is divided between North and South.

Japanese television network NHK also reported North Korea launched a missile.

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