N.Korea missile went over Okinawa—Japan govt
TOKYO– The Japanese government said Wednesday North Korea’s missile passed over its southern island chain of Okinawa around 12 minutes after take-off.
“Launch time was around 9:49 am (0049 GMT). The missile that North Korea calls a satellite passed over Okinawa around 10:01. We launched no interception.”
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