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North Korea Launched Missile: One Flew over Japan’s Island…

On August 29, North Korea fired another ballistic missile that grounded off the coast of Hokkaido, an island in Japan.

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe immediately denounced this “unprecedented, serious and significant threat” a moment before the UN Security Council unanimously condemned this new launch.

The US president reacted violently with a tweet: “Talk (with North Korea) is not the answer! “.

A new and frightening episode in what is now called the “missile crisis” between Pyongyang and Washington…

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  • Miel (Singapour / Singapore)
    North Korea Launched Missile: One Flew over Japan’s Island… - Miel (Singapour / Singapore)
  • Martirena (Cuba)
    North Korea Launched Missile: One Flew over Japan’s Island… - Martirena (Cuba)
  • Rayma (Venezuela)
    North Korea Launched Missile: One Flew over Japan’s Island… - Rayma (Venezuela)
  • No-río (Japon / Japan)
    North Korea Launched Missile: One Flew over Japan’s Island… - No-río (Japon / Japan)
  • Molina (Niacaragua)
    North Korea Launched Missile: One Flew over Japan’s Island… - Molina (Niacaragua)
  • António (Portugal)
    North Korea Launched Missile: One Flew over Japan’s Island… - António (Portugal)
  • Glez (Burkina Faso)
    North Korea Launched Missile: One Flew over Japan’s Island… - Glez (Burkina Faso)
  • Boligán (Mexique / Mexico)
    North Korea Launched Missile: One Flew over Japan’s Island… - Boligán (Mexique / Mexico)
  • Brandan (Afrique du Sud / South Africa)
    North Korea Launched Missile: One Flew over Japan’s Island… - Brandan (Afrique du Sud / South Africa)
  • Tjeerd (Pays-Bas / Netherlands)
    North Korea Launched Missile: One Flew over Japan’s Island… - Tjeerd (Pays-Bas / Netherlands)
  • Miel (Singapour / Singapore)
  • Martirena (Cuba)
  • Rayma (Venezuela)
  • No-río (Japon / Japan)
  • Molina (Niacaragua)
  • António (Portugal)
  • Glez (Burkina Faso)
  • Boligán (Mexique / Mexico)
  • Brandan (Afrique du Sud / South Africa)
  • Tjeerd (Pays-Bas / Netherlands)