Last minute: North Korea fired an unidentified missile!

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North Korea is back on the global agenda with missile testing.

North Korea fired an unidentified missile in the past few hours, days after Pyongyang said it had successfully tested new long-range cruise missiles, according to the Southern Army.

South Korean sources told AFP that the nuclear-armed North had “fired an unidentified missile into the East Sea.”

Details such as the type of the missile, its range, and whether it houses multiple warheads are unclear as the missile has yet to be classified.

The Japanese Defense Ministry announced that the “ballistic missile” that North Korea had tested was outside of Japan’s jurisdiction.

According to the Kyodo agency, the Japanese Coast Guard reported that the missile may have landed outside Japan’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ).

It should be noted that the missile test was carried out after the summit on “North Korea” organized yesterday in Tokyo by American and South Korean diplomats.

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It is also among the information that the countries of the region, in particular South Korea, were alarmed after this decision by North Korea.

North Korea carried out its last missile test a few days ago.

According to reports in North Korean state media, the missile tests were carried out on Saturday and Sunday, and the missiles covered a distance of more than 1,500 kilometers in both attempts.

However, no confirmation has yet been received from independent international channels regarding the shared details of these missile tests.

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