Pyongyang:  North Korea Monday fired one short-range projectile into its eastern waters.

According to officials, North Korea launched one short-range rocket from a site in Chagang province, 60 km south of the border with China, at 10.30 a.m., Xinhua reported.

The projectile, which flew some 220 km, was presumed to have landed in North Korea’s eastern waters.

This time again, Pyongyang failed to issue a no-fly, no-navigation warning before the launch, endangering civilian ships and airplanes possibly flying through the trajectory.

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