North Korea Fires Ballistic Missile Over Japan into the Pacific Ocean
North Korea Fires Ballistic Missile Over Japan into the Pacific Ocean. Japan has alarmed after North Korea launched a rocket. The country kept in mind that the rocket would fall on the land. Japanese were called to seek coverage.
Meanwhile, the rocket was flown over Japan and broke into three pieces. They arrived in the sea, almost 1200 kilometers east of Cape Erimo on the northern island of Hokkaido.
It is not for the first time that North Korea fires missiles to Japan. The country tests long-distance missiles, which have so far always come to sea.
The South Korean army confirms that a rocket has been launched from North Korea in the eastern direction.
The Japanese military did not try to take down the missile when it was flying over its territorial area after a while.
Premier Shinzo Abe immediately urged an emergency meeting. He said he does everything to protect the Japanese people.
According to South Korean military observers, the rocket, of an unidentified type, was fired eastwards from a region not far from Pyongyang.