North Korea launches more missiles after putting Japan on alert with another projectile


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Pessoas assistem às notícias em uma estação em Seul, Coreia do Sul, 3 de novembro de 2022.
People watch the news at a station in Seoul, South Korea, November 3,


North Korea released this Thursday () at least two more short-range missiles minutes after another long-range projectile have triggered an alert in several regions of Japan.

“The Army of the Republic of Korea (South Korea’s official name) detected today, Thursday, November 3, the launch of what appears to be a long-range ballistic missile ( ICBM) from the Sunan area in Pyongyang around 7 am40 in the morning (14H18 from Wednesday at Brasilia time) bound for the East Sea (the name given in the two Koreas to the Sea of ​​Japan),” said the Joint Chiefs of Staff of South Korea. .

The entity also reported the detection of two “short-range ballistic missiles launched into the East Sea from the Gaechon area of ​​South Pyongan province at around 8:00 am in the morning (20H20 on Wednesday in Brasília)”.

The Japanese Defense Minister, Yasukazu Hamada, confirmed to the press that the trajectory of the first missile indicated that it would pass over the archipelago, but that the projectile “disappeared from the radar” when flying over the Sea of ​​Japan and that a more in-depth analysis is under way.

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida , also described North Korea’s latest series of launches as “intolerable”, which the day before had fired around twenty projectiles, a record number for the Kim Jong-un regime in a single day.

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