TOKYO -- North Korea launched another missile in the early hours of Wednesday, breaking a more than two-month pause on major provocations.
What is believed to have been an intercontinental ballistic missile soared higher than any of North Korea's previous missiles -- an estimated 4,500km -- before splitting into several pieces as it fell into the Sea of Japan.
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