Japan broadcaster alerts North Korea missile launch that didn’t happen

The alert stated: “North Korea appears to have fired a missile.” The warning was sent out around 6:55 p.m. in Japan. However, the government never released any news regarding a Hermit Kingdom missile launch. A corrected version of the warning was sent …
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