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TOKYO, May 19 (Itar-Tass) - North Korea has test-launched one more shorter-range missile from its eastern coast in the Sea of Japan on Sunday, the South Korean news agency Yonhap reported.
The test-launch was made in the north-eastern direction, Yonhap cited the data of the South Korean government.
On Saturday, North Korea test-launched three shorter-range missiles in the same area. The experts of the South Korean Defence Ministry assumed that North Korea had launched the ballistic missiles KN-02 with the fire range of 120 kilometres or modified anti-ship missiles, the type of which is not named. North Korean official media did not report about the test-launch of the missile.