Kishida orders info gathering after N.Korea fires possible ballistic missile

Japan's Prime Minister Kishida Fumio has ordered government officials to do all they can to collect and analyze information after North Korea fired what could be a ballistic missile on Tuesday morning.

Kishida also told officials to provide information to the public swiftly and appropriately.

He called on them to take thorough measures to ensure the safety of aircraft and vessels, and to be fully prepared for unexpected situations.