Ending two months of quiet, North Korea test-fired another ballistic missile.

South Korean officials said the as-yet unidentified missile flew eastward after being launched from South Pyongan Province early Wednesday local time. [source]

Earlier, the Japanese government is warning that the North Koreans are set to conduct another ballistic missile test.

Tokyo said its intelligence service believed a launch could come “in the next few days,” in a forecast that proved to be correct.

One Japanese official said intercepted radio signals indicated that a test was imminent.

The Kyodo news agency said the detection had been confirmed by government officials. “There is a possibility of missiles launches in the next few days,” said one official quoted by the news agency. [source]

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