IRBM Passes Over Japan Without Being Intercepted

Credit: Korean Central News Agency
Despite recent threats of “fire and fury” from the White House, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has gone ahead with his most provocative move yet, firing an intermediate-range ballistic missile over Japan. Japanese and U.S. forces in the region left the missile alone, despite each spending billions...

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