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Japan Says N. Korean Rocket Seemingly Landed In Its EEZ

NORTH KOREA

An apparent ICBM fired by North Korea appears to have fallen into the sea to the west of Hokkaido and inside Japan's exclusive economic zone, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida told reporters in Thailand.

  • The Japanese Prime Minister deemed the launch "unacceptable" and said that Tokyo has lodged a firm protest against North Korea, which continues provocative actions at an "unprecedented pace."
  • Both Japan and South Korea have convened the meetings of their respective security councils, according to the local media.
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An apparent ICBM fired by North Korea appears to have fallen into the sea to the west of Hokkaido and inside Japan's exclusive economic zone, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida told reporters in Thailand.

  • The Japanese Prime Minister deemed the launch "unacceptable" and said that Tokyo has lodged a firm protest against North Korea, which continues provocative actions at an "unprecedented pace."
  • Both Japan and South Korea have convened the meetings of their respective security councils, according to the local media.