North Korea launches second missile over Japan

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In less than a month time, North Korea on Friday fired another ballistic missile over Hokkaido in northern Japan.

Japan’s PM Shinzo Abe said, “If North Korea continues to walk down this path, it has no bright future”.

It was reported that the missile was fired was Sunan district near Pyongyang on Friday morning.

The Union of Concerned Scientists said in a statement, “The range of this test was significant since North Korea demonstrated that it could reach Guam with this missile”.

The missile flew 3,700 km and an altitude of 770 km miles before it reportedly lands towards the Pacific Ocean”.

While speaking to the media, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said, “The international community needs to unite and send clear message after North Korea’s dangerous provocation”.

It was further added, “We must let North Korea understand there is no bright future for North Korea if it continues in this way”.

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