North Korea launched two ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan

North Korea has fired two ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan. 

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North Korea has fired two ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan. 

The United Nations Security Council has already banned Pyongyang to use threatening weapons. Both South Korea and Japan have condemned the attack. The two enemies of North Korea always criticize its acts. Japan said no debris had fallen within its territorial waters.

The US Pacific Command said that North Korea is posing threat to all its neighbors with threatening weapons. Mr. Biden is yet to officially comment.

On Tuesday, he played down a non-ballistic missile launch that took place over the weekend, saying the US did not consider it a provocation. All the missiles launched were officially condemned by the allies of the US. Those short-range missiles were thought to be either artillery or cruise missiles, which are not banned under the UN Security Council resolutions on North Korea.

North Korea has been isolated since then from the world with economic sanctions by the US. Moreover, a war to shut nuclear weapons by North Korea is going on between the two. The missiles might be another turn-down in the relations of the two.

Now that the weapons tests appear to be making a return, many are wondering just how far is Kim Jong-un willing to go to get the attention of the White House.

North Korea last fired ballistic missiles a year ago amid stalled relations between then-US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.