N. Korea fires likely ICBM hours after Biden leaves Asia


Seoul: North Korea fired a volley of missiles including a suspected intercontinental ballistic missile, just hours after US President Joe Biden left Asia after a trip overshadowed by Pyongyang’s sabre-rattling.

Three missiles – including one suspected ICBM – were fired from the Sunan area in Pyongyang, Seoul said, where an airfield has become a key site used in multiple recent weapons tests by the nuclear-armed regime.

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