Japan government on alert after radio signals suggest North Korea missile launch

“This is not enough to determine (if a launch is likely soon),” the source told Reuters. Japan‘s Kyodo news agency reported late on Monday that the Japanese government was on alert after catching such radio signals, suggesting a launch could come in …
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