Missile Launch FAILURE In North Korea! Who They Were Targeting May Surprise You..

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North Korea has been unsuccessful in their latest attempt to launch several missiles.

The launch could have potentially been another attempt to strike Japan.

Per Daily Mail:

In Japan there are reports that the latest failed launch may have involved several missiles and that they may have been aimed at the country.

But Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said Tokyo hasn’t confirmed North Korea launched the failed rockets towards Japan and that it was still gathering and analysing information.

The United States military is also aware of the launch:

‘US Pacific Command detected what we assess was a failed North Korean missile launch attempt … in the vicinity of Kalma,’ Commander Dave Benham, a spokesman for US Pacific Command, said in a statement, referring to an air field on North Korea’s east coast.

‘A missile appears to have exploded within seconds of launch.’

The United States is seeking “sweeping sanctions” as a measure to deter North Korea from further provocations.

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  1. A missile targeted for Japan (not a fan of Japan due to the treatment of our military in WWII) should be a declaration of war!

    • NATO = North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

      I think you meant SEATO (South East Asia Treaty Organization) but they went by way of the Dodo bird in 1977.

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