Japan Warns Residents to Take Shelter After North Korean Missile Launch

Japan is urging its residents to “take shelter immediately” after North Korea fired an unidentified ballistic missile Tuesday.

The Japanese government broadcasted its warning after the missile’s launch, saying that a North Korean missile was headed toward the northern part of the country.

“ALERT: The Japanese government is warning that North Korea appears to have launched at least one ballistic missile. There’s a possibility it’s heading toward Japan. The government is urging everyone in the country to monitor news media,” the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo tweeted.

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