On a visit to Japan prime minister declined to rule out possibility of military action against Pyongyang

Theresa May has urged China to intervene more vigorously in curbing North Korea’s missile ambitions, calling Beijing “the key” to defusing tensions as she arrived in Japan for a three-day visit.

The prime minister, who was to hold the first of several rounds of meetings with her counterpart, Shinzo Abe, on Wednesday, touched down a day-and-a-half after North Korea fired a missile over the north of Japan, sparking a major regional security scare.

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