North Korea Fires What Appears To Be A Missile: Yonhap News Agency

The unidentified missile was fired from near the North Korean coastal city of Wonsan, Seoul's joint chief of staff said.

North Korea Fires What Appears To Be A Missile: Yonhap News Agency

File pic of North Korea leader Kim Jong Un

Seoul: North Korea has fired off what appears to be a ballistic missile, Yonhap news agency reported Monday, citing the South's military, as tensions flare over its nuclear ambitions.

The unidentified missile was fired from near the North Korean coastal city of Wonsan, Seoul's joint chief of staff said. 

South Korea's new president, Moon Jae-In, has ordered a meeting of the national security council to assess the launch, Yonhap reported.

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