North Korea has launched another ballistic missile test, according to South Korea’s military.
The missile was fired from North Korea’s North Phyongan province and flew into water east of the Korean Peninsula, according to a press release from South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff.
It is unclear if the missile is short or long range.
Before Monday, North Korea had conducted 10 missile tests in 2017.
North Korea aims to develop a missile capable of reaching the U.S. topped with a nuclear warhead.
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