North Korean ballistic missile fired into the Sea of Japan

North Korea has let go a ballistic rocket from its eastern port of Sinpo into the Sea of Japan, US and South Korean authorities say.

The dispatch goes ahead the eve of a visit by China's President Xi Jinping to the US to meet President Donald Trump.

The two will talk about how to get control over North Korea's atomic and rocket programs.

The North is restricted from any rocket or atomic tests by the UN, however has over and again broken those authorizations.

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson depicted the dispatch as "yet another" transitional range ballistic rocket, including: "The United States has talked enough about North Korea. We have no further remark." Read more:- Mobile Number Database Provider

The US military's Pacific Command said it seemed to have been a KN-15 medium-go ballistic rocket.