Alerts across Japan after North Korean missile launch

STORY: Social media footage showed commuters walking around a train station at 7:31 a.m. Japanese time (2231 GMT on October 3), playing a siren and an announcement informing the public that "North Korea appears to be... fired a rocket".
Commuters on Japan's northern island of Hokkaido have had to wait for disrupted train services to resume after North Korea flew a ballistic missile over the country for the first time in five years on Tuesday (October 4).
A train in northern Japan was halted and an alarm sounded in carriages bound for Japan after North Korea fired a ballistic missile over the country for the first time in five years on Tuesday (October 4).

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