A week after the launch of a hypersonic missile, North Korea launches again an unidentified projectile

Steph Deschamps / January 11, 2022

North Korea launched an unidentified projectile into the Sea of Japan, South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported Monday night. The launch comes barely a week after the launch of a hypersonic missile, strongly condemned by the international scene.
  
North Korea's official KCNA agency said Thursday that the missile, fired on Wednesday, January 5, carried a hypersonic warhead that accurately hit a target 700 km away .
 
Pyongyang says it needs its arsenal to defend itself against a possible American invasion.
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