Morning news brief: US Govt shutdown averted, North Korean missile test, more

WION Web Team
New DelhiUpdated: Oct 01, 2021, 09:54 AM IST

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US President Joe Biden signed government funding bill on Thursday averting US government shutdown just hours before the deadline. Meanwhile, North Korea carried out fresh missile test as per the state media. This was North Korea's second known weapons test this week. On Tuesday, it launched a previously unseen hypersonic missile. Kim Jong-Un was not present at the time of the test on Thursday. Pak Jong Chon a member of the ruling Workers' Party's powerful politburo and Central Committee. Check out our morning news brief.


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