Japan puts ballistic missile defenses on high alert after North Korea satellite launch warning

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un pictured at the Sohae satellite launch site. Pyongyang announced last month that it had completed work on its first military spy satellite. FILE/KCNA via Reuters.

Japan has warned to destroy and shoot down any projectile that threatens its territory after North Korea informed it of a satellite launch between May 31 and June 11.


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