A second U.S. official said the launch was land-based. The timing of the test, coinciding with Pence's trip and a day after the military parade, would suggest deliberate defiance. Pence had been briefed on the failed launch en route to Seoul and had been in touch with Trump, White House aides said. The North launched a ballistic missile from the same region earlier this month ahead of a summit between the United States and China to discuss the North's arms program. That missile flew about 60 km (40 miles) but what U.S. officials said appeared to be a liquid-fuelled, extended-range Scud missile only traveled a fraction of its range before spinning out of control. China, which Trump has urged to do more to rein in North Korea, has spoken out against its missile and nuclear tests and has supported U.N. sanctions. It again called for talks to defuse the crisis on Friday.
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