Japanese authorities said there have been no immediate reports of damage reported after Pyongyang's missile launched then landed in waters outside the country’s exclusive economic zone after a 22-minute flight.
Washington does not have any "short-term solution to dependence on Taiwan's industry at this moment," says Melaine Sisson, a US national security strategy expert, calling government's $52 billion to help American chipmakers a "long-term approach."
The one-day three-nation training off the Korean Peninsula’s east coast is meant to cope with a North Korean push to advance its ability to fire missile from submarines.
It is the third round of missile launches by North Korea this week, extending a record pace in weapons testing as it accelerates a push to expand its arsenal and pressure Washington to accept it as a nuclear power.
The US vice-president's trip to Japan, Washington's closest regional ally, is meant to "reassure allies" and "deter any escalation".
The move is likely to spark an angry reaction from North Korea, which denounced US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as the "worst destroyer of international peace" when she visited the DMZ in August.
Thousands of Japanese have offered flowers and prayers in honour of Abe, even as the decision to hold a state funeral has provoked opposition and protests.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu stresses that the current system paves way for competition rather than solidarity, saying such competition was evident during the Covid-19 pandemic and in the migration issue.
Shinzo Abe, assassinated in July, was Japan’s longest serving leader but his views for a stronger military and what some call cronyism have been unpopular among a section of the population.
Micronesia has "gravest concern" about Tokyo's decision to release so-called Advanced Liquid Processing System water into the ocean, President David Panuelo tells UN General Assembly.
Man sets himself alight in Tokyo after telling police he is opposed to plans for a state funeral for assassinated ex-PM Shinzo Abe, local media report.
Four people are feared killed and over 100 injured in the storm, which triggered landslides and snarled transportation.
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