NORTH KOREA – NEW MISSILE LAUNCH DIRECTION JAPAN

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keywords: north korea, japan, missile, president trump. The Japanese authorities confirm this morning the launch of a North Korean short-range ballistic missile that has grounded 300 km off the coast of Japan. This launch is the 3rd in 3 weeks. The Japan Prime Minister promises a “concrete action” following this launch. This is not the first missile launch in direction of Japan, it is clearly targeted by North Korea. While appeals to resolve the crisis peacefully do not seem to be crowned with success the Japanese Prime Minister is increasing the tone…

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NORTH KOREA – TODAY’S MISSILE LAUNCH DIDN’T REACH INTENDED DISTANCE

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Photo AFP. keywords: north korea, missiles, united states, international affairs North Korea fired a ballistic missile today again, just few hours after President Trump talked again about the “North Korea problem” for its neighbors, South Korea first and all the western countries allies second, Japan, Philippines in the front. North Korea is looking for testing what could be nuclear missiles, able to target Japan or even the United States. Today’s launch could be interpreted as a provocation from North Korea after President Trump asked North Korea best ally China to…

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NORTH KOREA – MISSILE EXPLODES JUST AFTER LAUNCH

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keywords: north korea, international affairs, tension, missile, united states.   A new missile launch test today from North Korea. But according to the American Military and South Koreas’s Defense Ministry the launch failed and the missile exploded just after launch. North Korea authorities deny the missile explosion. This launch comes as tension runs high between North-Korea and occidental countries, South Korea first but Japan and the United States too. Ten days ago Japan decided to dispatch its largest warship across South China Sea and last week the US House Intelligence Committee Chairman stated that…

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