North Korea may launch intermediate-range ballistic missile on June 21
Nuclear activity is not detected
According to Xinhua, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea may launch intermediate-range Musudan ballistic missile on its East coast on June 21.
Quoting government source the agency says that no signs of firing have been detected yet.
An official at South Korea's defense ministry told Xinhua that the military is closely watching relevant situations.
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