Written by Keshala Dias
29 Jul, 2017 | 7:01 am
North Korea has conducted a new intercontinental ballistic missile test, South Korea and the Pentagon say.
The missile reached an altitude of about 3,000km (1,865 miles) and landed in the sea off Japan, the Japanese national broadcaster NHK said.
The launch, the second of an intercontinental missile in 24 days, did not answer the question of whether the North has mastered all the technologies necessary to deliver a nuclear weapon to targets in the lower 48 states.
Japan’s chief cabinet secretary, Yoshihide Suga, said the North Korean missile flew for about 45 minutes before landing in Japan’s exclusive economic zone.
The missile was fired from Jagang province in northern North Korea.
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