Someone swiped Sakhalin. The 76,000-square-kilometer Sakhalin Island disappeared from Russia’s Pacific coast on the online Yandex.Maps service overnight on August 28-29, around the time of what some say was one of North Korea’s most provocative missile tests to date. The mysterious glitch was spotted after Pyongyang fired a ballistic missile over Japan’s northern Hokkaido island, which lies…

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