Japan Warns Citizens to Shelter After Reports North Korean Missile Fired

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North Korea fired a ballistic missile on Tuesday that reportedly passed over Japan at around 7.29 a.m. local time, according to Japanese officials. South Korea also reported observing North Korea firing a missile.

The Japanese government issued alerts warning citizens in the Hokkaido and Aomori prefectures to take shelter amid reports of a suspected missile launch. Japanese citizens were warned to monitor the news for updates.

The American Citizen Services section of U.S. Embassy in Tokyo, which provides information to U.S. citizens in Japan, shared the alert on Twitter.

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