North Korea says more missiles to come after its missile flies over Japan
August 30 , 2017
After yesterday's missile launch by North Korea which flew over Japan for the first time since 1998, North Korea has warned of more such missile launches. Amidst tension between the US President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, this missile launch comes just weeks after Kim Jong-Un threatened to target the US Pacific Territory of Guam. While the North Korean media reported it to be a trailer to more military operations directed at the American territory of Guam, this missile launch was condemned by the United Nations Security Council. Trump has denounced this missile launch and said, “all options are on the table.” As per media reports, Kim Jong-Un presided over Tuesday's missile launch. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South Korean President Moon Jae-in believe that “pressure on North Korea should be raised to its limit so that North Korea will voluntarily come to the table for dialogue,” as reported by the spokesperson of South Korean President.