Panic in fear of North Korean missile in Japan
Update Time: 17 Jan 2018 1:55 pm:
In the wake of the North Korean missile attack warnings, there has been a panic in Japan after the American Hawaii Islands. The country's public broadcaster NHK has apologized to the people for sending these wrong messages.
In a message sent to people on Tuesday from NHK's mobile application, "It is most likely that North Korea is going to throw missiles targeting Japan. So people should immediately leave their homes. "
This message spread to the people. Then a message circulated by NHK was apologized to the public for issuing false alerts.
Earlier on Tuesday, similar warnings were sent to the residents of the United States's Hawaii Islands via mobile phones. This caused panic among the inhabitants of the islands. However, emergency management departments of the island of Hawaii withdrew the warning shortly after.
Observers say there is evidence of the extent of panic in North America and its allied countries about North Korea's missile in these two incidents.