Three days after testing an ICBM, North Korea fired another ballistic missile, according to media reports.
The missile was launched in the direction of the sea between the Korean peninsula and Japan, the South Korean news agency Yonhap reported, citing the military. How far she flew was not initially known.
UN resolutions ban North Korea from testing ballistic missiles of any range. Depending on the design, such missiles can be equipped with a nuclear warhead. North Korea had described the ICBM test on Thursday as a warning to the United States and South Korea about their ongoing military exercises.