North Korea reportedly fired a ballistic missile yet again on Sunday, confirmed sources in the South Korea. In the wake of the recent tensions of the Korean Peninsula, the DPRK, official name of the North Korea has been asked to stop the missile tests. However, the defied dictator of North Kim Jong Un has continued his dream to arm the country with Nuclear Heads.

North Korea Fires Ballistic Missile

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The latest missile is considered to be another medium range Ballistic missile but enough to hit Japan and South Korea. According to South Korean sources, the missile flew for around 450 KM. According to the Yonhap News Agency, US and South Korean Military agency is closely monitoring the launch details. The launch was reportedly made from the Pukchang area, confirmed the local sources.

Even though the South Korean Official Agencies have not made any comment but the local news reports have quoted sources that the missile launched was, in fact, an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile which is also known as ICBM. The US official agency and the South Korean agencies are taking every step very seriously.

The North Korea’s aggression have mostly foiled all the talks. China, South Korea, Japan and the US everyone tried bits and pieces to take the diplomatic way to deal the crisis, however, in all possibilities, it looks that a War in inevitable now.

The Yonhap News Agency a few days back quoted the new President of South Korea that a war is a possibility as North Korea is threatening the Global Peace. He also said that the South Korea is ready for any aggression from the North side. Ironically, Moon Jae- In, the South Korean President tried to start the peace process with North Korea.

South Korea and North Korea are technically still at war since the Korean War ended with no truce or agreement in 1954. The Nuclear Program of the North Korea started in the era of Kim Jung-IL, the father of the present Supreme Leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-Un. However, the present leader has taken the Nuclear and Ballistic Missile program to another level that has attracted sanctions and restrictions from all over the world.