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North Korea fired a ballistic missile into the sea off its eastern coast this morning, just days after its leader Kim Jong-Un ordered further nuclear warhead and missile tests. 
A South Korea's defence ministry spokesman said, the missile was launched from Sukchon in the country's southwest and flew 800 kilometres into the East Sea, also called the Sea of



Japan. 
The spokesman did not confirm the type of missile, but South Korea's Yonhap news agency cited military sources as saying that it was a Rodong missile, with a maximum range of around 1,300 kilometres.
The United Nations Security Council had, earlier this month, imposed its toughest sanctions on North Korea for its nuclear tests.

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