North Korea launched a ballistic missile towards Japan early Tuesday — sparking fears of an incoming nuclear strike. The projectile overshot the country and eventually landed in the Pacific Ocean, but the threat was enough to cause people to take cover and seek shelter, with authorities warning of a possible attack on cities within Hokkaido...
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