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Japan sets up emergency task force after North Korean missile launch


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TOKYO, April 13 – NHK reported that an emergency headquarters has been set up at the Japanese Prime Minister’s Office in connection with North Korea’s launch of what is believed to be a ballistic missile.
The headquarters, with the participation of key and relevant ministers, collects and analyzes information, and checks whether damage has occurred to Japan and its ships.
Japan’s Maritime Security Service reported the launch of what it believes to be a ballistic missile and urges that if missile fragments are found without being approached, the security service should be reported.

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This is the ninth launch of a ballistic missile this year. North Korea launched 37 ballistic missiles last year.

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