North Korea launched at least one unidentified “projectile” from its eastern coast, the South Korean military said Tuesday.
The Japanese Defense Ministry indicating the launch appeared to be of a ballistic weapon.
No further details were immediately available.
Earlier this month, the North fired two ballistic missiles into Japan’s exclusive economic zone — an act Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga slammed as “outrageous” — just days after testing a new weapon believed to be capable of delivering a nuclear bomb to most of Japan.
The nuclear-armed North later said those ballistic weapons had been a test of a new “railway-borne missile system” designed as a potential counterstrike option against any forces that threaten the country.
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