NOTHING NEW Visitors watch a news broadcast showing file footage of a North Korean missile test at the ferry terminal of South Korea’s eastern island of Ulleungdo on Nov. 3, 2022. AFP FILE PHOTO
NOTHING NEW Visitors watch a news broadcast showing file footage of a North Korean missile test at the ferry terminal of South Korea’s eastern island of Ulleungdo on Nov. 3, 2022. AFP FILE PHOTO

SEOUL: North Korea fired at least one ballistic missile on Wednesday, South Korea's military said, the latest launch from Pyongyang following a record-breaking testing blitz earlier this month.

The launch comes as the United States counted votes in its midterm congressional elections, which Seoul's spy agency previously warned would be a possible moment for the North's leader Kim Jong Un to conduct a long-expected nuclear test.

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