North Korea fires longest range missile since 2017

North Korea fired what is supposed to be its longest-range ballistic missile since 2017 on Sunday.

The weapon was seemingly an intermediate-range missile that reached an altitude of 2,000km before coming down in the Sea of Japan.


South Korea reported that the launch took place on Sunday (22:52 GMT) off North Korea’s east coast.

Japanese and South Korean officials estimated that the missile reached an altitude of 2,000km (1240 miles) and flew for 30 minutes to a distance of 800km (500 miles).

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