North Korea: President Moon Jae-in (front) and Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon arrive for a National Security Council meeting on Sept. 15, 2017, to discuss North Korea's missile launch earlier in the day at the presidential office Cheong Wa Dae, which provided this photo. The North fired what appeared to be an intermediate-range missile over Japan that flew approximately 3,700 kilometers and fell into the North Pacific Ocean.
The North fired the missile eastward from near its capital Pyongyang, which flew 3,700 kilometers, according to South Korea's military.Japanese TV network NHK broadcasts news alerts on Sept. 15, 2017, on North Korea's missile launch.
The North earlier in the day fired what appeared to be an intermediate-range missile over Japan that flew approximately 3,700 kilometers and fell into the North Pacific Ocean.South Korean soldiers move around a K-9 self-propelled howitzer on the western section of the inter-Korean border
Daeseong is the only civilian village on the southern side of the Demilitarized Zone separating the two Koreas. In this photo taken from an observatory in the South Korean border city of Paju on Sept. 15, 2017, flags of South and North Korea fly in the South's Daeseong Village (lower) and the North's Kijong Village (upper), respectively, on the inter-Korean western front line.
The North earlier in the day fired what appeared to be an intermediate-range ballistic missile that flew some 3,700 kilometers over Japan, falling into the North Pacific Ocean.The South Korean Army fired a Hyunmoo-II missile toward the East Sea in response to North Korea's firing of a ballistic missile. Army Col. Roh Jae-cheon, spokesman for the Joint Chiefs of Staff, speaks during a press conference at the Defense Ministry