North Korea fired a ground-to-ship missile into the Sea of Japan on Monday — the second such launch in two weeks — in what appeared to be further provocation aimed at gaining Washington’s attention.

According to the Defense Agency, the missile was launched shortly past noon from Sinsang-ri, on North Korea’s northeastern coast. It was not a ballistic missile capable of reaching Japan, the agency said.

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