World War 3: North Korea launches ICBM with warning Kim could hit ‘EVERYWHERE’ in world

North Korea launched the missile at around 3am local time (6pm GMT) yesterday, sparking a furious response from Seoul.

Within minutes of North Korea’s ICBM launch, South Korea had fired its own missile launch in retaliation.

The North Korean missile was fired eastwards from the hermit state. The missile landed about 210km west of Japan’s Kyurokujima island, Tokyo said.

Japanese media reports the missile was in the air for 50 minutes – indicating a very high altitude flight path.