Korea fires four ballistic missiles into East Sea: S. Korean military

North Korea's missile launch also coincided with United States and South Korean military's annual exercise.

The missile launches came days after it promised retaliation over US-South Korea military drills that it sees as a preparation for war.

North Korea's development of a long-range nuclear missile capable of striking the United States looms large over the Trump administration.

"Considering the North Korean leadership's brutality and recklessness shown through the murder of Kim Jong-Nam, the results of the North having a nuclear weapon in its hands will be gruesome beyond imagination", he said. This follows Kim Jong Un's promise of an ICMB test on the first day of 2017, and a launch of missiles in September. But four landed and splashed in the Sea of Japan, ' Navy Captain Jeff Davis, a Pentagon spokesman, told a news briefing.

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said the reclusive country fired four ballistic missiles, three of which fell into Japan's exclusive economic zone.

It is not yet possible to say what type of missiles North Korea fired into the Japanese EEZ.

The exercises usually draw condemnation and retribution from Pyongyang.

"North Korea's foremost aim is direct negotiations with the US", an official at Japan's Defense Ministry said.

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The reclusive state faced severe sanctions from the UN Security Council for a series of launches a year ago, in addition to two nuclear tests.

The launch was "a grave threat to our country's national security", the government's spokesman Yoshihide Suga told a news conference. -South Korea exercises are becoming something of a habit; previous year, North Korea launched six short-range missiles as the exercises began.

"These tests are sending a signal to the world and the the United States that they are prepared to defend themselves, that they're in a state of constant preparedness", said Petrov.

"It may look as if North Korea is responding to the ongoing S.K. -U.S. military exercise by firing missiles, but what North Korea really seems to be doing is attempting to discredit the legitimacy of our regular military exercise", Jeong said. He added that Japan had lodged "strong protests" with North Korea. "It is an extremely unsafe action", Abe told Japan's parliament. In August past year, North Korea fired a ballistic missile directly into Japan's EEZ for the first time, as part of a series of more than 20 missile launches it carried out in 2016.

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"I strongly condemn that North Korea disregarded our and the global community's consistent warnings and fired ballistic missiles again". According to a senior administration official, the White House is looking at pre-emptive military strike options, the Times said. "(North Korea's leader) Kim Jong Un may believe a nuclear-capable ICBM (will) guarantee the regime's survival.

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