Another false alarm about a North Korean ballistic missile, and this time in Japan. On Tuesday, Japanese national broadcaster NHK issued an on-air apology for issuing an alert incorrectly claiming that Kim Jong Un's regime had fired a ballistic missile
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese public broadcaster NHK issued a false alarm about a North Korean missile launch on Tuesday, just days after a similar gaffe caused panic in Hawaii, but it managed to correct the error within minutes.
Alert occurred after employer pressed button labelled ‘missile alert’, instead of the one next to it marked ‘test missile alert’A false alarm warning Hawaiians of an incoming ballistic missile on Saturday, was reportedly issued b
An emergency alert warning of an incoming ballistic missile was mistakenly sent out to people in Hawaii Saturday prompting a Congresswoman to claim Sunday that the incident highlights the failures of President Donald Trump’s North Korea policy.