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U.S. bombers fly near North Korea
10:04, 3 November 2017
U.S. bombers fly near North Korea

Pyongyang considers the flight ‘a rehearsal of nuclear strike’

10:04, 3 November 2017

csmonitor.com

B-1B Lancer bombers of the U.S. Air Force performed a flight not far from the DPRK territory. Yonhap news agency reported this, referring to the Central Telegraph Agency in Pyongyang.

‘North Korea claimed Friday that the United States again flew bombers over South Korean airspace to "threaten and blackmail" the regime’, Yonhap wrote. ‘The state-run Korean Central News Agency said the U.S. on Thursday dispatched the B-1B bombers from Anderson Air Base on Guam and conducted exercises for a nuclear strike on the North’.

The surveillance flights of U.S. aircraft near North Korea have been viewed by the media as a response to Pyongyang’s nuclear weaponry and ballistic missiles tests.

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