North Korea Fires Missile Towards Japan
North Korea has reportedly launched a missile towards Japan.
The Japanese government has warned residents that the projectile is heading towards the northern part of the country, according to CNBC.
It’s unclear what type of missile it is.
Local broadcasters have been instructing people to take cover and “evacuate to a sturdy building or basement,” according to social media users.
The North Korean news agency, Yonhap, first reported that Pyongyang had fired the missile from the Hermit Kingdom’s eastern coast.
Gigantic Sinkhole Swallows Intersection in Japan
Residents in Fukuoka, Japan celebrated Sink Hole de Mayo early this year when the earth decided to eat their city for breakfast.
The massive sinkhole devoured an entire intersection, a couple streetlights, and a few meaningless traffic signs.
The giant hole was also responsible for pissing off 170 people by knocking out power and causing a gas leak.
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