North Korea fired missiles, Japan instruct people ‘not to get out of their houses’

North Korea has continued arms testing on Thursday. She fired at least three missiles, including a suspected intercontinental ballistic missile, which has forced the government of Japan to issue instructions to get out in the Emergency. The government of Japan has appealed to the people of their country not to leave their homes and temporarily stopping bullet trains in the country. This is a new series of weapons tests of North Korea in the last few months.

Earlier on Wednesday, North Korea fired more than 20 missiles in the sea, which is the number of most fired missiles in a day. South Korea’s Joint Chief of Staff reported that it had fired a missile near his capital Pyongyang at 7.40 am, after an hour she fired two short distance missiles from the city of Kacheon. However, South Korean officials did not release much information about this special flight.

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Meanwhile, the office of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida issued a warning to the residents in the northern provinces of Miyagi, Yamagata and Nigata, instructing them to enter strong buildings or bunkers.

No reports of any kind of damage or injuries have been received from areas where an alert was issued. Bullet train services in the said areas were temporarily suspended after the missile alert. Japanese PM Kishida condemned North Korea’s launch and said that the officials are analyzing the details of arms.