North Korea launches a Short-Range Ballistic missile near Wonsan towards the Sea of Japan, according to South Korea. The missile reportedly lands in Japan's exclusive economic zone (EEZ) after traveling 450 km.
North Korea fired off an apparent short-range missile Monday morning that was believed to have landed in Japan's exclusive economic zone — the latest
The Japan Times
North Korea test-launches what is presumed to be its first intercontinental ballistic missile 933 kilometers into the Sea of Japan within Japan's Exclusive Economic Zone. An American expert theorizes the ICBM, which reached an altitude of 2,802 km, could potentially reach the U.S. state of Alaska. 2017-07-4, with context: Exclusive Economic Zone, Japan, North Korea, intercontinental ballistic, the sea
North Korea launches an intercontinental ballistic missile that flies 620 miles horizontally in about 45 minutes, landing in the Sea of Japan, according to Japan, South Korea and the United States. 2017-07-28, with context: Japan, South Korea, intercontinental ballistic, the sea
U.S. and South Korean officials confirm that North Korea launched a test missile from the west coast city of Kusong. The projectile travelled to the east for 30 minutes and 435 mi reaching an altitude of more than 1245 mi before landing in the Sea of Japan, 60 mi south of the Russian city of Vladivostok. 2017-05-14, with context: North Korea, South Korea, intercontinental ballistic, the sea
North Korea fires a medium-range ballistic missile about 60 kilometers (37 miles) into its eastern waters, in the direction of Japan according to United States and South Korean officials. 2017-04-5, with context: Japan, North Korea, South Korea, intercontinental ballistic
South Korea claims that North Korea has fired several missiles from the Sohae Satellite Launching Station into the Sea of Japan. 2017-03-6, with context: North Korea, South Korea, intercontinental ballistic, the sea
North Korea launches two ballistic missiles, one of which explodes immediately after its launch while the main part of the other lands in Japan's economic exclusion zone. 2016-08-3, with context: Exclusive Economic Zone, Japan, North Korea, intercontinental ballistic
The South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff and the United States Strategic Command report North Korea fires three ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan. The short-range ballistic missiles flew about 500 to 600 kilometers (310 to 375 miles) before crashing in the sea, sufficient to target the southern part of South Korea where the U.S. Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system is set to be installed. 2016-07-19, with context: North Korea, South Korea, intercontinental ballistic, the sea
North Korea attempts again to launch a BM25 Musudan intermediate-range ballistic missile capable of striking South Korea or Japan but is unsuccessful. 2016-05-31, with context: Japan, North Korea, South Korea, intercontinental ballistic
Amid growing concern about North Korea's ballistic missile capability, South Korea, Japan and the U.S. are to hold their first ever joint anti-missile exercise next month, according to South Korea's Ministry of National Defense. The three countries will practice "detecting and tracing a hypothetical North Korean missile," said a ministry official. 2016-05-17, with context: Japan, North Korea, South Korea, intercontinental ballistic
South Korea has determined North Korea is capable of mounting a nuclear warhead on its medium-range Rodong-1 ballistic missile, which could reach all of South Korea and most of Japan, according to a senior government official. 2016-04-5, with context: Japan, North Korea, South Korea, intercontinental ballistic
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