For the second time in less than a month Japanese people in the North of the country woke to air raid sirens warning them to take cover, something that had not happened since World War II. Stepping off a plane from India PM Shinzo Abe said the act was ‘absolutely unacceptable’. South Korea President Moon Jae-in now believes that ‘dialogue is impossible in a situation like this’.
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