North Korea Launches Ballistic Missile Ahead of South's Election

North Korea Launches Ballistic Missile Ahead of South's Election

By
Eun-Ji Kim
1 min read

North Korea heightened tensions in the region by launching a suspected intermediate-range ballistic missile just days before South Korea's parliamentary elections. The missile, launched from Pyongyang, landed outside Japan's exclusive economic zone. The show of force comes amid escalating political dynamics between the two neighboring countries, adding complexity to the international security landscape.

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